笛 ／杉 信太朗
|NOH: NANIWA A Court Official stops at the village of Naniwa where he meets and Old Man and his companion sweeping fallen blossoms under a plum tree. They quote various famous poems about plum blossoms and reveal that the young man represents the spirit of the Plum Blossoms while the Old Man is, in fact, the spirit of Onin, a scholar-minister who came from Korea and aided Emperor Nintoku in the 4th century. Later, the goddess Konoha Sakuyahime appears and dances and Onin appears in his true form and also dances.
|KYOGEN: SU HAJIKAMI A Seller of Vinegar (su) and and a Seller of Ginger (hajikami) compete with each other over the right to sell their goods in the capital. They each narrate the history of their families and their traditions of selling their wares. Then they compete in making poems and rhymes about them. Soon they are having so much fun that they forget about being competitors and decide, instead, to meet the next day and set up shop together.
|NOH: HAGOROMO One spring morning a Heavenly Maiden leaves her robe of feathers (hagoromo) in a branch when she goes in to bathe at Mio Bay and it is found by a fisherman. When she asks for its return so that she can go back to her home on the moon he refuses to do so until she promises to show him dances of the Moon Palace where the Bodhisattva Seishi resides. She agrees to do so, and when he is reluctant to give her to robe to use in her dance, admonishes him that doubt and deceit, though they exist in the human world, do not in heaven. After he returns the robe she dances for him and bestows other gifts on the world as she returns to the moon.
|Unauthorized photography or any other kind of documentation is strictly prohibited.
Cell phones should be turned off or set on silent mode during performances.
||金剛能楽堂 》 地図