Noh 能 ~ Nohgaku 能楽 ~ Kyogen 狂言

Time and space are broken up by the haunting music and esoteric, minimalized plot. The viewer builds a story out of seemingly pure concepts; its conflicts, with inevitably subjective reference, get resolved in the beauty of the performance.
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Japanese Noh mask 能面 増女zouと若女の区別がつかない。これはどちら?( ^Ω^ )

Japanese Noh kimono, Edo period (19th century)

Japanese Noh kimono, Edo period (19th century)

Noh drum

Noh drum

Noh Costume "Kosode" , Momoyama period

Noh Costume "Kosode" , Momoyama period

Silk Surihaku (Noh theatre costume). Azuchi-Momoyama Period,  16th century, Japan.  Designated by Japan as “Important Cultural Property" Tokyo National Museum. This example would be one of the oldest extant Noh theatre costumes.

Silk Surihaku (Noh theatre costume). Azuchi-Momoyama Period, 16th century, Japan. Designated by Japan as “Important Cultural Property" Tokyo National Museum. This example would be one of the oldest extant Noh theatre costumes.

Noh Costume (Atsuita) with Clouds and Hexagons.  Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: 19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Silk twill damask with silk brocading wefts and supplementary weft patterning in metallic thread. Dimensions: Overall: 65 x 55in. (165.1 x 139.7cm).

Noh Costume (Atsuita) with Clouds and Hexagons. Period: Edo period (1615–1868). Date: 19th century. Culture: Japan. Medium: Silk twill damask with silk brocading wefts and supplementary weft patterning in metallic thread. Dimensions: Overall: 65 x 55in. (165.1 x 139.7cm).

Japanese Noh theater 能

Japanese Noh theater 能

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『巴』Tomoe

『巴』Tomoe

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