August 5, 2011

The 15th Noh Costumes and Masks Exhibition: The Beauty of Inheritance

 The exhibition will be held Supported by the ARC.

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The 15th Noh Costumes and Masks Exhibition 

 The exhibition will showcase noh costumes, masks, accessories as well as folding fans used in the Inoue school of kyomai (Kyoto dancing) and many other related items kept in the collection of the foundation and inherited from generation to generation. There will also be video footage and panel displays at the exhibition.

 During the exhibition period, a Kanze school noh master will talk about noh costumes, while noh mask maker Mr. Yasuo Miichi will explain about noh masks. 


Time and date: 

10:00 to 18:00, Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 7, 2011 (closes at 17:00 on last day) 


6F, The Musuem of Kyoto  TEL 075-555-1661 (exhibition period only)                                Sanjo Takakura-agaru, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto

*Subway: 3-minute walk from Karasuma-Oike station.

Admission: Free 
Organized by: 

The Katayama Noh & Kyomai Preservation Foundation (public interest incorporated foundation) 

Supported by:  The Museum of Kyoto, NHK Kyoto Broadcasting Station, The Kyoto Shimbun
Supported by:  The Art Research Center (Ritsumeikan University)    


Talk Session: From 14:00, August 6

 A talk session on Noh performance and Nishijin weaving by Mr. Kenji Watanabe and Ms. Naomi Watanabe of Watabun Co., Ltd., Mr. Yoji Sasaki Sasaki of Sasaki Noh Costumes, and Noh actor Mr. Yusetsu Katayama will be held and chaired by Mr. Kuroemon Katayama. 



The Katayama Noh & Kyomai Preservation Foundation (public interest incorporated foundation)

TEL075-551-6535  HP



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