NI-NO-KAWARI
  Latest update: 2020-02-29
 

During the Edo period, it was a custom in the cities of ďsaka and Ky˘to to start the new year with a ni-no-kawari drama:

Ky˘to 1719 (Miyako Handayű's theater)

Ky˘to 1720 (Miyako Handayű's theater)  

Ky˘to 1720 (Hayagumo Ch˘dayű's theater)  

Ky˘to 1720 (Ebisuya Kichir˘bŕ's theater)  

Ky˘to 1720 (Nakamura Hatsudayű's theater)  

Ky˘to 1721 (Miyako Handayű's theater)

Ky˘to 1721 (Nakamura Hatsudayű's theater)

ďsaka 1723 (ďsaka Kuzaemon's theater)

Ky˘to 1723 (Daikokuya Takenoj˘'s theater)

Ky˘to 1731 (Kameya Kumenoj˘'s theater)

ďsaka 1751 (Naka no Shibai)

Ky˘to 1751 (Ebisuya Kichir˘bŕ's theater)

Ky˘to 1753 (Minamigawa no Shibai)

Ky˘to 1753 (Kitagawa no Shibai)

Ky˘to 1764 (Minamigawa no Shibai)

Ky˘to 1764 (Kitagawa no Shibai)

Ky˘to 1772 (Minamigawa no Shibai)

ďsaka 1778 (Naka no Shibai)

Ky˘to 1778 (Minamigawa no Shibai)

ďsaka 1784 (Naka no Shibai)

 
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