In October 2003, Noh Artist Shigeya Kimura started
  Asukayama Takiginoh.
  Mr. Kimura wanted to use his Noh talents as a means
  of giving back to the city of Kita, his hometown.
  This year marks the group's 15th performance.
  The performances, set on a stage illuminated by
  bonfires and Japanese traditional candles, invite you
  into a twilight world filled with nature and history
 
      
       ■ Asukayama Complete view(PDF)
        
 
  <NEWS>
 ・The 16th Asukayama Takigi Noh Guidance It published.
 
 (2018.07.26)
  
 
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To the arriving customer.

It takes on the holding of a Asukayama Noh , it receives the support - the cooperation from around the day and we thank for them whole-heartedly.
By the way, as for the Asukayama Noh of September 13th, 2018 holding with the 16th time, the staging of Kyogen " Futari Daimyo " ended and after Noh " Momijigari " begins, it became stopping with the rainfall.
Unfortunately, there was not recovery of the weather after that and it made the end.
We feel sorry truly about that it isn't possible for the visitor to have arrived to appreciate Noh " Momijigari " until the last.
We apologize whole-heartedly.
As for the replay of Noh " Momijigari ", it reviews the implementation of the following year in the holding schedule of the Asukayama TakigiNoh with the 17th time.
In the details such as the holding essential point, therefore, we report to another opportunity.
Anyhow, please understand.

                    The Asukayama TakigiNoh execution committee
 
   






           
  Kyogen Futari-Daimyo(Two Loads)  Mansaku Nomura
Kazunori Takano
Mansai Nomura
Satoshi Oka

  Noh Momijigari(The Maple Viewing) Shiro Nomura
Tuneyoshi Mori
 
  Date  September 13, 2018 (Wed)  
    Doors :5:30 pm  Curtain :6:30 pm
Performance Ends:8:50 pm(approx.)

     
 
  Venue  Outdoor Stage,Asukayama Park   
     
  Tickets SS 8,500yen / S 6,500yen / A 4,500yen / B 3,000yen 
(All seats reserved)    
Seat map
 
                 
   Tickets On Sale May 12   
    Ticket Pia
 0570-02-9999 
P-code :486-273  
  *The above P-code may also be used to purchase
  tickets at Seven-Eleven or Circle K Sunkus.
 
Tickets are also available at the box office on the 1st floor of Hokutopia.(Open 10:00 am-8:00pm) 

      
         
        <Details>

  Remarks Yokohama Nohgakudo
Directer
  Masayuki Nakamura
         
Purification HeadPriest of Oji Shrine   Mitushige Yagi
         
Opening Ceremony-Lighting of the Bonfire Kita-ku Mayer   Yosouta Hanakawa
         
Chairman of Educational
Board of Kita-ku
  Hiroyasu Seisyo
         
    Chairman of Kita-ku
Noh Chanting Association
  Mituo Ito
         
    Chairman of Asukayama
TakigiNoh Executive
Committee
  Shinnichi Ozaki
         
     
  <Program>
     
        
Kyougen : Futari-Daimyo Passerby   Mansak Nomura
ADaimyo
  Kazunori Takano
Daimyo   Mansai Nomura
     Stage attendant   Satoshi Oka
   
         
   
-Intermission 15 minutes-        
Remarks Yokohama Nohgakudo
Directer
  Masayuki Nakamura
       
   
Noh : Momijigari Woman/Demon God   Atsuo Kanse
Woman   Kengo Tanimoto
Takayasu Ando
Keizo Nagayama
Masaki Umano
    Noble woman/Demon god   Shiro Nomura
     
 
      
          <Guidance of a program>
     
  kyogen <Futari-Daimyo(Two Lords)>
This is a story of two daimyo(regional lords)who unthinkingly hand a man their swords,only for him to rob and make fools of them.
A daimyo invites another lord on an outing,but they regret not being accompanied by servants,so enlist a passer-by,threatening him into service. They walk on,forcing the man to carry their swords.But he is so annoyed that he draws a sword and brandishes it over the daimyos'heads. He also relieves them of their daggers. Having gained the upper hand,the man now demands daimyos do things for him.The story is an example of changes in social relationships during Japan's 16th-century Warring States Period,when retainers rose up and overthrew their lords.this kyogen pieces develops the entertaining idea of shifting power.
 
     
  Noh <Momijigari(The Maple Viewing)>
SUMMARY

It is maple viewing season in Mount Togakushi in Shinano Province (Nagano Prefecture). A beautiful lady (shite in the first act) has brought her servants (tsure) on a maple viewing picnic and is resting under the trees.
About that time the warrior Taira no Koremochi (waki), who is on a hunting trip with his retainers and assistants (waki-tsure), passes close by the group of ladies on horseback. Since he has noticed some human silhouettes, Koremochi orders his retainer to go and check what is going on. The retainer learns from a maidservant (ai) that this is the banquet of a certain noble lady.
To avoid offending the ladies Koremochi gets off his horse and is about to go on with his hunting trip, when the beautiful noblewoman pulls him by the sleeve and asks him to join the banquet. Koremochi drinks a few cups of wine and, enthralled by the lady's graceful dance, eventually falls asleep. Gradually it gets dark and stormy clouds appear in the sky. The women whisper to the sleeping Koremochi "Don't wake up" and disappear into thin air.
The deity Takeuchi who serves Bodhisattva Hachiman appears in Koremochi's dream and warns him that the lady he has met is none other than the she-devil of Mount Togakushi. Takeuchi bestows upon Koremochi a special sword and urges him to wake up.
Koremochi wakes in the middle of a storm. Amid the lightnings and booming thunders appears a demon (shite in the second act). The demon hurls flames at Koremochi from the top of the cliffs and the sky, but the brave warrior remains calm. Praying to Bodhisattva Hachiman in his heart, he fights back and after a fierce battle manages to vanquish the demon.

HIGHLIGHTS
The kind and beautiful lady turned out to be a devil! "Momijigari" is a play that depicts the legend of the killing of the Mount Togakushi Demon. It is written by Kanze Kojirō Nobumitsu (a fifteenth century Noh actor). Unlike other Noh plays in which a demon suddenly appears and attacks, this one is about a demon who, disguised as a beauty, plots to seduce the hero and strike him when he is most vulnerable.
At the center of the demon's plot are the two dances performed by the suspicious beauties, who are in fact demons in disguise. The ‘kuse-mai’ dance accompanying the chant has a somewhat bewitching quality to it.
The dance accompanied by music is very slow and graceful at first, but suddenly the tempo speeds up and the movements become very animated. The dance keeps the spectators on the edge of their seats, suggesting that something terrible is going to happen. With all this tension built up, the scene changes to the emergence of the she-devil and her fight with Koremochi. The play captivates the audience's attention until the very end.
Taira no Koremochi is an eleventh century warrior famous for his strength and courage. He was chosen as the hero of "Momijigari", probably because there is some evidence that he served as the governor of Shinano Province. Koremochi's part in the play is also one of its focal points.
Koremochi's nickname is Yogoshōgun (fifteenth general) and that is why the alternative name of the play "Momijigari" is also "Yogoshōgun".
In the ‘kogaki’ (special direction) "Onizoroi", the second act of the play involves not just one, but many demons, who appear side by side. Although this direction is used to emphasize the horror of the scene, the scene of the demons lined up in front of the maple mountain prop gives the impression of splendor.
                           
                                     

                            produce  Masaharu Tabigawa

 
 
     
 
 
   
Greeting 
   
 
   Asukayama Takiginoh executive committee
Chairman  Shin-ichi Ozaki
 
 
Noh Artist Shigeya Kimura started Asukayama Takiginoh.
Mr. Kimura wanted to use his Noh talents as a means of giving back to the city of Kita,his hometown.
Then, the bonfire of Takiginoh was lighted on the Asukayama, and many volunteers became the staff from the neighborhood association in the ward, a local shopping center, and local businesses every year.
Asukayama Park is the place of popular relaxation in the city which is the famous place of a cherry tree and has the merit of a view from the Edo period as your agreement.
Moreover, since Takigi Noh came to be held, subtle and profound [ which is brewed by the bonfire / "subtle and profound" ] can have acquired in Tokyo reputation of being the most wonderful Noh stage. thus, the Noh artist of the present generation very first rank performs by the wonderful Noh stage which is full of the nature in which convenience was high and was surrounded by the grove -- "-- it is the big pride as esidents of Kita-ku that it is fragrant and high cultural event" can be held.

Its best is further done in management suitable on the wonderful stage as an Asukayama Takigi Noh executive committee.
in the future -- guidance -- please encourage.
 
 
                            
                            

     
                   
               
  
             
       
     In case of rain
  
 

   ●The show will be held at HOKUTO-PIA SAKURA hall.
   ●A receptionist stands on Oji JR station, the Asukayama Noh stage, etc.
   ●By the SAKURA hall receptionist, We distribute the following change reserved-seat tickets
     corresponding to a ticket.

  
     
  
  ・The conversion table of the change reserved-seat ticket corresponding to a ticket(PDF)
       SS  S  A  B

  ・SAKURA hall Seating list (PDF)

  

        
     
Guidance to Asukayama Park
      
    On foot-from JR Keihin Tohoku Line Oji station and the southern entrance 5 minutes
        On foot-from subway Tokyo metro north-south line Oji station exit of No. 1 5 minutes
        On foot-before [ the Toden Arakawa Line Oji station ] or from Asuka mountain stop 5 minutes



      
  *For those arriving by car,please be aware that parking is not available at the venue.
       *Photography,video and audio reco-ding,watch alarms,and the usu of mobile phones
        are strictly prohibited inside the venue.

       *Preschool-age children will not be permitted admission to venue.
       
 
     
       < In the Asukayama-TakigiNoh, it is possible to use " NOH-SUP " " Earphone-Guide ".>
      
NOH-SUP                        
     
As for NOH-SUP of this performanceis the service, automatically displayed at the tablet according to the staging .
     It is possible to use a customer for the smart phone and the tablet by downloading ( free of charge )
     a G-marc application and content.( Content offer: Hinoki Shoten :
http://hinoki-shoten.co.jp/)
       
     Also, in the English guide, we rent an NOH-SUP special use tablet to the desired customer.
     The customer who wants to look at the literature with the personal smart phone download G-marc application
     from the QR code on the left. http://www.g-marcapp.com/

      
Earphone-Guide
     The procedures
     It is possible to enjoy ability more!
     By the performance of the traditional entertainment, the regular Earphone-Guide explains clothing, music,
     an implement and so on clearly according to the progress of the stage.
     For the first time, looking at the Nor, too, is relieved.
     The reputation of the customer is this.http://www.eg-gm.jp/e_guide/about.html

     We conform the reservation of the rent of the Earphone-Guide and the NOH-SUP special use tablet.
     Earphone-Guide( One rental-fee taxes included of 500 yen , the 1000 yen deposit , 400 pieces of limitation )
     NOH-SUP special use tablet( One rental-fee taxes included of 1,000 yen , 50 pieces of limitation )

     The sending address
     E-Mail takiginou@gmail.com Fax.03-6736-0608
     Apply for number, an address, a phone number, the name, entering them.
     Thursday, September 13th Come to the rent reception by the time 15 minute before of the start.
     Since then, it becomes invalid in the reservation.

 
      


   
 
         Reservations / inquires:
      Box Office operators are available by telephone daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
      Asukayama Takiginoh Executive Committee Bureau
 
         TEL03-3912-2157 FAX03-6736-0608 
  
 
        
         Presented by Asukayama Takiginoh Executive committee
       In
Association with Kita City,tokyo/Educational Board of Kita City/Kita City Culture Foundation
       Supprted by Arts Council Tokyo,Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
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