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As a masterpiece of historical significance, we feel so honored to be able to celebrate the Tokirara no Tebako with a new Noh drama created specially, and specifically for this joyous occasion. Here’s some snapshots of the beautiful performance and we hope you will enjoy this authentic art based on waka Japanese poem composed by Dr. Motoaki Shinohara, Professor Emeritus of Kyoto University; Genjiro Okura, a living national treasure in the Noh play field, supervises, composers and performs music; and Hisanori Kongo, Grand Master and Tatsunori Kongo, Young Master of the shite-kata Kongo School of Noh. .
Noh is the oldest theatrical art form in Japan, originating in the 14th century, long before Kabuki. It is a slow, almost ceremonial experience- incorporating dance and music- where emotions are conveyed through highly stylized gestures. The elaborate masks are carved from blocks of Japanese cypress.
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