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日本庭園内にある美しい能舞台<宮越記念 久良岐能舞台>
2018.12.13

A Beautiful Stage in a Traditional Japanese Garden<Miyakoshi Memorial Kuraki Noh Stage>

宮越記念 久良岐能舞台 

This Noh stage stands on one corner of the Kuraki Garden of Yokohama City.
It was designed by Seitaro Yamazaki, a professor of Hosei University who was also a student of Noh theater, and built in the Hibiya area of Tokyo in 1917. It was subsequently donated to the Japanese Traditional Music Department of the Tokyo Music School (now known as Tokyo University of the Arts) and used by students specializing in Noh theater. Later, it was rebuilt and restored in its present location. It was donated to Yokohama City in 1984.
A Beautiful Stage in a Traditional Japanese Garden<Miyakoshi Memorial Kuraki Noh Stage>

It was constructed with a feature not seen in any other Noh stage: an expansive window behind the covered bridge passageway to the left of the stage that looks out over the bamboo thicket outside.
A Beautiful Stage in a Traditional Japanese Garden<Miyakoshi Memorial Kuraki Noh Stage>In its Yokohama City location, a Japanese traditional garden was established around the Noh stage where guests can enjoy the changing atmosphere from season to season. This garden, flanked on three sides by mountains and arranged with ponds, is dotted with lanterns and stone basins that ring with the sound of dripping water. Locals visiting to stroll regard it as a place of relaxation and refreshment.
A Beautiful Stage in a Traditional Japanese Garden<Miyakoshi Memorial Kuraki Noh Stage>

  • Miyakoshi Memorial Kuragi Noh Stage
  • Miyakoshi Memorial Kuragi Noh Stage
  • Miyakoshi Memorial Kuragi Noh Stage
  • Miyakoshi Memorial Kuragi Noh Stage

At the Kuragi Noh Stage, which is located in a place rich in nature in Isogo Ward, Yokohama City,
Rehearsals and presentations of classical performing arts such as Noh, tea parties in the tea room, etc.
It is used as a Noh stage open to the public.
You can also enjoy a walk in the garden where you can enjoy the flowers of the four seasons.

  • Address
    8-21-7 Okamura, Isogo-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
  • TEL
    045-761-3854
  • Business Hour
    From 9:00 to 22:00 If there is no use at night, the museum may be closed at 17:00 with prior notice. [Closed days] The museum is closed from December 29th to 1 / 3rd during the year-end and New Year holidays. In addition, there may be temporary closure days for the maintenance of facilities and equipment.

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