Gear Kyoto. a new tourist attraction in Kyoto (Japan). A non-verbal stage entertainment, a different experience accompanied but impressive stage effects.
What is “GEAR”?
GEAR is a first of its kind unique non-verbal performance in Japan that stimulates the five senses with a moving story set in the future. Accompanied by impressive stage effects set up using techniques ranging from those used in Kabuki plays to the latest technologies, GEAR is bound to offer the audience a theatrical experience they will never forget.
The story revolves around a toy doll who finds herself having a human heart after interacting with “Roboroids” (humanized robots), and unfolds as world-class performers bring the audience through a series of baton-twirling, breakdancing, mime and magic performances all without a single word.
New tourism content born in Kyoto GEAR’s show time starts in the morning, afternoon and night, so tourists can come enjoy the show even after most attractions in Kyoto have closed for the day! Also, the show lasts for only an hour, so it can easily fit into the schedules of short-stay visitors as well.
You may find out more about “GEAR” from this website http://www.gear.ac/en