Visit Orinasukan, a noh costume maker’s museum & studioin the Nishijin neighborhood of Kyoto with Discover Noh in Kyoto! Explore noh through the gorgeous costume designs and witness how they are woven with hand-operated looms.
You can also choose to go out on a guided excursion to Heianjingu Shrine’s garden and a noh performance featuring a variety of costumes after visiting Orinasukan.
Enjoy a hands-on noh experience in the beautiful village of Ohara, Kyoto with noh actor Miyamoto Shigeki. Participants will take a lesson of choreographed movements and chanting on the actor’s private stage after a presentation by our guides.
We are looking for tour guides and interpreters/translators who are interested in learning how to introduce noh and expand their “repertoire.” This two-month training course will offer you a deep insight into Kyoto’s art, history and culture ingrained in noh. (Japanese language skills required).
University Students in Kyoto were invited to explore the nō play Kokaji, a story of the Inari Deity and the legendary swordsmith Munechika. Witness the rich tradition of nō, both on and off the stage, in Kyoto.
Noh is a Japanese classical performing art based on ancient tales and classical literature. In this documentary, we follow the trail of the legendary Japanese swordsmith Sanjo “Kokaji” Munechika to discover how he forged the famous Kogitsunemaru sword for the emperor. https://discovernohinkyoto.jp