New-audience focused performance"Barrier-free Noh"
Admission: S seat 4,000 yen A seat 3,500 yen B seat 3,000 yen * Up to one caregiver is free.
Story Munenori Takeda
With sign language and subtitle distribution (spoken words are displayed on the screen as letters)
Kyogen "Hinosake" (Izumi style) Miyake Ukon
Noh "Kiyotsune" (Kanze style) Tomoshi Takeda
"One assistant is free," "entrance and exit is possible," "subtitles," "subtitles for performances," "sign language interpreter," etc. so that anyone can experience the traditional Japanese performing arts, Noh and Kyogen. , We will send you with various support systems.
This year, which marks the 20th time, we interviewed "Hikei no Sake" and "The Tale of the Heike", where it is interesting to see Taro and Jiro crowners trying to drink while their husbands are away. We will perform "Kiyotsune", a Noh play that depicts the suffering of the Heike clan who chose to die.
This is an interesting Kyogen in which the Taro crowner manages to drink alcohol while his master is absent.
It is a song that tells the story of a samurai who died because he hated fighting and appeared in his wife's dream until he decided to die.
You can see the original information(Japanese).