This chic lounge stages short acts (40 minutes) of traditional Japanese performing arts, including nō, kagura (sacred dance) and Kyo-mai (Kyoto-style traditional dance). While likely designed with international visitors in mind, the performers all belong to well-established schools. Shows are held nightly at 7pm (entrance from 5pm) and additionally at 11.15am and 1.45pm on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
From 8.30pm (nightly except Sunday) the space becomes the Momokawa Lounge (cover charge ¥1000) and traditional dancers take the stage for three 10-to-15-minute performances. The easiest way to find Suigian, which is beneath the Coredo Muromachi 2 building, is to locate the steps down from ground level beside the Fukutoku shrine.