Noh Performance "Ikkaku Sennin" by the Katayama Family is available online
The Noh performance "Ikkaku Sennin" by the Katayama Family Foundation for the Preservation of Noh and Traditional Kyoto Dance is available online as part of the Agency for Cultural Affairs' program to provide cultural and art experiences for school children across Japan. Based on the agreement with the Foundation, the ARC provided technical support in making the video.
The fans of Noh and children who watch Noh for the first time can both enjoy the performance as the video is made child-friendly with the explanations of the story and the scenes shown with furigana (reading aid which indicates kanji pronunciation).
Noh "Ikkaku Sennin (一角仙人)"
Planning and production by the Katayama Family Foundation for the Preservation of Noh and Kyoto Dance, in cooperation with the Art Research Center, Ritsumeikan University
Click here to watch the video → https://www.kodomogeijutsu.go.jp/video/traditional/f93.html
Learn more about "Ikkaku Sennin" and Noh performance (in Japanese) → https://www.kodomogeijutsu.go.jp/junkai/dl/program/r02/h93.pdf
Learn more about 令和２年度文化庁「文化芸術による子供育成総合事業−巡回公演事業−」(The Agency for Cultural Affairs' program to provide cultural and art experiences for school children across Japan) (in Japanese) → https://www.kodomogeijutsu.go.jp