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An Introduction to the World of Noh & Kyogen@Main Menu
@ œ What Is Noh & Kyogen?
@ œ The History of Noh & Kyogen (1)-(6)
@ @ „₯ The History of Noh & Kyogen (1): From the Nara Period to the Kamakura Period (8th|14th centuries)
@ @ „₯ The History of Noh & Kyogen (2): From the Northern & Southern Courts Period to the Muromachi Period (14th century)
@ @ „₯ The History of Noh & Kyogen (3): The Mid- and Late Muromachi Period (15th|16th centuries)
@ @ „₯ The History of Noh & Kyogen (4): The Momoyama Period (16th century)
@ @ „₯ The History of Noh & Kyogen (5): The Edo Period (17th|18th centuries)
@ @ „€ The History of Noh & Kyogen (6): The Modern Age (19th|21st centuries)
@ œ The Roles in Noh Plays
@ @ „€ The Instruments
@ œ The Noh Stage
@ @ „€ Expanding Image
@ œ The Masks of Noh
@ @ „₯ The Okina Mask
@ @ „₯ Old-man Masks
@ @ „₯ Fierce Deity Masks
@ @ „₯ Female Masks
@ @ „₯ Male Masks
@ @ „€ Vengeful Spirit Masks
@ œ The Masks of Kyogen
@ @ „€ The Masks of Kyogen@ Various Kyogen Masks
@ œ The Costumes of Noh
@ @ „₯ Outer Robes (Karaori)
@ @ „₯ Outer Robes (Choken) / Main Robes (Atsuita)
@ @ „₯ Main Robes (NuihakuESurihakuj@Main Robes (NuihakuESurihaku)
@ @ „€ Trousers (Hakama)@Trousers (Hakama)
@ œ The Costumes of Kyogen
@ @ „€ Various Kyogen Costumes
@ œ The Properties and Fans Used in Noh
@ @ „₯ The Properties
@ @ „€ Fans
@ œ Types of Noh Plays
@ @ „₯ Okina
@ @ „₯ First-group Noh
@ @ „₯ Second-group Noh
@ @ „₯ Third-group Noh
@ @ „₯ Fourth-group Noh
@ @ „€ Fifth-group Noh
@ œ Types of Kyogen Plays
@ @ „₯ God Kyogen, Daimyo Kyogen
@ @ „₯ Taro Kaja Kyogen,@Son-in-Law / Woman Kyogen
@ @ „€ Demon / Warrior-Priest / Blindman / Miscellaneous Kyogen
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