SHITENNď MOMIJI NO EDOGUMA
   
Play title Shitenn˘ Momiji no Edoguma  In Japanese
Imay˘ Hana no Aizuchi  In Japanese
Mutsu no Hana Furisode Yamanba  In Japanese
Author Katsu Hy˘z˘ I
History

Katsu Hy˘z˘ I's kaomise drama "Shitenn˘ Momiji no Edoguma" was premiered in the 11th lunar month of 1804 at the Kawarasakiza [casting]. It welcomed in Edo the Kamigata actor Arashi Danpachi. Two dance-drama were staged within this kaomise program: the Nagauta-based dance "Imay˘ Hana no Aizuchi" and the Tokiwazu-based dance "Mutsu no Hana Furisode Yamanba".

Key words Ashigarayama
Hirai Yasumasa
Kaomise
Katsuragiyama
Keisei
Keren
Kumo
Kumo no Sei
Minamoto Raik˘
Minamoto Yorimitsu
Nagauta
Nyűd˘
Sakata Kintoki
Shitenn˘
Shitenn˘mono
S˘ma Yoshikado
Taira Masakado
Taira Yoshikado
Tokiwazu
Tsuchi-gumo
Urabe Suetake
Usui Sadamitsu
Watanabe Tsuna
Summary

Onoe Matsusuke I (top) and Ichikawa Omez˘ I (bottom) playing the roles of the spirit of the Mount Katsuragi tsuchi-gumo and Watanabe Genji Tsuna in the kaomise drama "Shitenn˘ Momiji no Edoguma", which was staged in the 11th lunar month of 1804 at the Kawarasakiza (print made by Utagawa Toyokuni I from the Barry Rosensteel Japanese Print Collection)

 
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