Kabuki syndrome is a rare genetic condition that affects many different parts of the body, and the range and severity of symptoms differ from person to person. Children with Kabuki syndrome often have distinct facial features, low muscle tone, intellectual disability, heart problems, skeletal abnormalities, growth delay and problems with feeding. Additionally, they may experience vision and hearing loss, seizures and frequent infections. Kabuki syndrome is caused by pathogenic variants, or genetic differences, in the KTM2D or KDM6A genes. Some symptoms of Kabuki syndrome are often present at birth, and additional symptoms manifest over time. Kabuki syndrome has a good prognosis when symptoms are managed well, but can cause life-shortening medical complications and often requires lifelong support from caretakers. Treatment is based on managing symptoms as they arise and is tailored to individual needs.
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The latest on our research: We are jumpstarting our Kabuki syndrome program to accelerate research for this condition. We welcome all patients, caregivers and researchers interested in participating and spreading the word to the Kabuki syndrome community.
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The newly reimagined guest rooms and suites at Hotel Kabuki blend thoughtful touches and extra comforts with our signature flair. In the spirit of contemporary Japanese design, each hotel room celebrates form and function with modern furnishings, a soothing palette, and plush beds and linens. Ours is not the nondescript bed you fall into at night, but the one you jump out of in the morning revitalized and ready to shine on.
Sep 19, 2021 Kabuki Official Site with info on upcoming plays and ticket booking.Still vibrant and exciting today, Kabuki is a unique Japanese theatre form with 400 years of history. A ‘Must See’ when you are in Japan! Kabuki Official Site with info on upcoming plays and ticket booking.Still vibrant and exciting today, Kabuki is a unique Japanese theatre form with 400 years of history. A ‘Must See’ when you are in Japan!
Energized by floor-to-ceiling windows and ample natural light, these accommodations also showcase a vibrant art collection that is uniquely us. Japanese graphic design prints of the 30s and 40s mix with vintage Bay Area maps and black-and-white photos of the iconic hippie counter-culture, paying homage to our eclectic hometown and neighborhood.
ALL ROOMS INCLUDE:
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Plush beds and luxurious linens
55” flat-screen smart TVs with HD channels and streaming apps, including Netflix, Hulu, Crackle, YouTube, and Pandora
Spacious and sleek bathrooms with expansive walk-in showers, featuring both overhead rain and handheld showerheads
Designer bath amenities by Jonathan Adler
Work desks with power centers
In-room electronic safe to tuck away your prized possessions
Bluetooth alarm clock/radio
In-room coffee makers and mini refrigerators to make you feel right at home
Key-activated energy-saving system