Story: Hajime Tasaki
Kyogen “Kubibiki” (Izumi School) Mansai Nomura
Noh "Kumasaka" (Hosho school) Yu Mizukami
In order for as many people as possible to experience Noh and Kyogen, which are traditional Japanese performing arts, we offer a variety of services such as "free for one helper", "passing in and out during the performance", "audio guide", "subtitle delivery during the performance", and "sign language interpreting". We will send it in a supportive manner.
This year, the Kyogen "Kubibiki", which depicts a battle between a demon and a young warrior who catches a young warrior on a journey and tries to force his daughter to eat it, and Naganori Kumasaka, a villain who attacks people and steals, plays Ushiwakamaru. We will perform "Kumazaka", a Noh play that uses hand gestures to tell a story about an attack but a failure.
*If you would like assistance tickets, body sonic seats for the hearing impaired (prior application required), or other support, please apply by phone, fax, e-mail, or at the reception desk. For details, please see the website of Yokohama Noh Theater. https://yokohama-nohgakudou.org/schedule/?=4959
Released at noon on Saturday, January 14, 5th year of Reiwa
You can see the original information(Japanese).