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Noh and Kabuki: Masks and Costumes for the Noh Play Funa Benkei

"Noh and Kabuki: Masks and Costumes for the Noh Play Funa Benkei"

Honkan Room 9  January 27, 2015 (Tue) - March 15, 2015 (Sun)

  
Noh Mask, Ko'omote (young girl), Formerly owened by Konparu troupe, Nara, Muromachi period, 15th - 16th century (Important Cultural Property)

We invite visitors to compare the facial expressions of the masks and the garments’ designs, which vary from role to role.

Current exhibit includes:
Noh Mask, Ko'omote (young girl), Formerly owened by Konparu troupe, Nara, Muromachi period, 15th - 16th century (Important Cultural Property)
Karaori Garment (Noh costume), Stylized wave and shellfish design on red, brown, and white checkered ground, Edo period, 18th century