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Naoshima Onna Bunraku

Traditional Culture

Naoshima Onna Bunraku

Naoshima, which was a territory of the Edo period (1603-1867), has long been a center of the performing arts. Naoshima Onnaobunraku" is a representative example of such performances, and it was not until 1948 that the puppeteers became exclusively women. The craze for bunraku, which had once nearly died out, was revived by three female performers. In 1955, it was designated an intangible cultural property of the prefecture, and it continues to be passed down as an intangible folk cultural property of the prefecture. Guest: Yutaka Koyama (Tsugaru shamisen)
The performance will include "Tsubozaka Kannon Reikenki - Yama-no-Dan" and "Kyara Saiyo Hagi Masaoka". (The program is subject to change for certain reasons.) Guest: Yutaka Koyama (Tsugaru shamisen)

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Event Information

Naoshima, Honmura
Naoshima Hall
14:00/14:30 - 16:00
Admission General: 1,000 yen Same-day ticket passport discount: 1,300 yen General Same-day ticket : 1,500 yen Elementary and junior high school: 800 yen *Pre-school children free of charge / Elementary school children and younger do not need tickets (free of charge)
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