“An Evening of Kagura” features the Geihoku Kagura performance with distinctively gorgeous costumes and large masks. This performance is one of the most popular types of kagura passed down in Hiroshima prefecture. “Hiroshima Cultural Night” is a new form of non-verbal evening entertainment that delivers the experience and feel of Japan and Hiroshima. Each cultural night features different collaborative shows of Kendama, samurai sword fighting, Noh performance, Wadaiko drumming, and Shakuhachi flute playing. English translations have been prepared and made available for these two programs, including interpretation services and projection of English translations for the lines spoken by performers . Taking photos during the performances is also allowed. When the entire program is over, members of the audience can try on the costumes and other articles worn by the Kagura troupe and other performers, as well as take photos with them.