If traditional Japanese culture interests you, then watching a Noh drama will be fascinating. The National Noh Theater in Sendagaya, Tokyo is one of many Noh theaters in the country, and it may be the finest. As a dramatic art, Noh is distinctive, especially in its compressed narratives, elegant costumes, and inwardness. It has aspects which could be compared to a seventeenth-century masque, such as Milton's "Comus". There is also a comic interlude, a Kyogen, which is a highly developed artform itself. And Kyogen is just plain funny. Like sumo or the tea ceremony, Noh is laden with the depths of Japanese ways, and it is a striking experience. Tickets can be purchased online. I go as often as I can, and this last one, "Hanjo", was powerful. I have been six or seven times; it is extraordinary.