能❖「屋島」ダイジェスト❖日本の伝統芸能【日本通tv】 - YouTube

能❖「屋島」ダイジェスト❖日本の伝統芸能【日本通tv】 - YouTube

Noh is the oldest of Japan's theatrical arts. It is a comprehensive art form, embodying not only music, dance and literary art, but also sculpture, dyeing and weaving, and construction arts. 能楽師・佐久間二郎

Noh is the oldest of Japan's theatrical arts. It is a comprehensive art form, embodying not only music, dance and literary art, but also sculpture, dyeing and weaving, and construction arts. 能楽師・佐久間二郎

Scene from Noh Dance  Kosetsu  (Japanese, active early 19th century)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1820 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

Scene from Noh Dance Kosetsu (Japanese, active early 19th century) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1820 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

Tsukioka Kogyo  Japanese, 1869-1927, Hibari-yama, from the series "One Hundred No Dramas (Nogaku hyakuban)"

Tsukioka Kogyo Japanese, 1869-1927, Hibari-yama, from the series "One Hundred No Dramas (Nogaku hyakuban)"

Tsukioka Kogyo Japanese, 1869-1927, Chikubushima, from the series "One Hundred No Dramas (Nogaku hyakuban)"

Tsukioka Kogyo Japanese, 1869-1927, Chikubushima, from the series "One Hundred No Dramas (Nogaku hyakuban)"

Tsukioka Kogyo: 「能楽図絵」「呉服」

Tsukioka Kogyo: 「能楽図絵」「呉服」

1500s Japan. One of the oldest surviving complete Kimonos. Kosode with Gold Leaf; alternating blocks of floral motifs. Kyoto National Museum:

1500s Japan. One of the oldest surviving complete Kimonos. Kosode with Gold Leaf; alternating blocks of floral motifs. Kyoto National Museum:

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