"Okura Collection: Noh Masks and Costumes" Exhibition

Okura Shukokan Museum of Fine Arts

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"Noh", the Japanese traditional performing arts established during the Muromachi Period, was fancied especially among the warrior caste and protected by the shogun and daimyo families.
Okura Shukokan Museum of Fine Arts owns an array of noh masks which once belonged to the Inshu Ikeda Family, as well as costumes from the Bizen Ikeda Family.

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From 2010-01-02 To 2010-03-14

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