Feb. 28, 2019 UPDATE

Mibu Kyogen (Mibu Dainenju Kyogen)

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Foreign friendly
As all the performance is played without a line, you may enjoy their actions and the sound of Japanese instruments.
Information
Japanese only
Languages spoken
Japanese only
PeriodOctober 12th - 14th, 2019
VenueMibu-dera Temple
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Feb. 28, 2019 UPDATE

Mibu Kyogen (Mibu Dainenju Kyogen)

- 壬生狂言 -
Foreign friendly
As all the performance is played without a line, you may enjoy their actions and the sound of Japanese instruments.
Information
Japanese only
Languages spoken
Japanese only
1171 8 --- 0 reviews
PeriodOctober 12th - 14th, 2019
VenueMibu-dera Temple
Story & Recommendation
Enjoy Kyogen, the important intangible folk culture asset, in Mibu-dera Temple!
It is correctly known as “Mibu Dainenju Kyogen” and has affectionately been familiar among the folks of Kyoto from ancient times. Different from the general Noh Kyogen, this Mibu Kyogen is played without lines in order to tell the teachings of Buddha simply. Instead, they perform with masks to the sounds of the bells, Japanese drums and flutes. Even in the recreational programs, religious characteristics such as the teachings of karma and morality still remain until today. On the last event day, “Kechiganshiki” is played in order to tell the religious importance. Autumn performance was originally held irregularly and has been stopped since 1871 for 103 years. However, it has been revived in 1974 to develop Kyogen and train the successors. Since then, Mibu-dera Temple offers popular programs every year.
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Details
Event time
1pm - 5:30pm
Cancellations
No postponement for rain
Price range
¥800/ adult ¥600/ junior and high school student ¥400/ elementary school student
Credit cards
Not accepted
Please be advised that the program may change each year. Also, we suggest that you come to the venue 1 hour ahead as it will be very crowded even 30 minutes before the program begins.
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