Matsuri: Japan's Hit "Muscle Musical" at Imperial Palace
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The last date listed for Matsuri was Wednesday July 13, 2011 / 4:00pm.
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This show was a wonderful little gem in all the glitzy camp of the various other Vegas shows I've seen on the strip. We had great seats (up front in a comfortable booth..thx Goldstar!) and a clear view of all the amazing performers with their wonderful tumbling antics,magic tricks, dancing, and comedy. Much like a Japanese variety show without an irritating emcee. It's not really a musical, though, at least in the traditional western sense of the word. There is no singing, but music is played in the background. Overall, a great bargain for such a fun show. I would definitely catch them again, if I get the chance, the next time I'm in Vegas.
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Japan’s famed “Muscle Musical” returns to the Las Vegas Strip, as Matsuri has arrived at Imperial Palace.
Earning critical acclaim at the Riviera in 2006 and Sahara in 2007, Matsuri is a unique show that transcends language. No words are necessary, as highly skilled, athletic performers let their muscles do the talking. Costumes by world-famous designer Junko Koshino add to the visual spectacle of this showcase for traditional Japanese culture – with an original twist.
The 75-minute show features a cast of 18 Japanese athletes who perform stunts like Human Jump Rope, Judo Tango, Lion Dance and Foot Drums. Contagious energy and mesmerizing feats of strength send audiences home wide-eyed with grins sized to match.