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金沢能楽美術館・Kanazawa Noh Museum

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加賀藩第五代藩主前田綱紀が宝生流の能楽を奨励したのが始まりで、加賀藩では江戸時代を通じて宝生流の能楽を保護していました。

The fifth lord of Kaga province, Tsunanori Ma’eda, promoted the Ho’usho’u school of Noh, and throughout the Edo period, Kaga province protected it (now known as “Kaga Ho’usho’u” in Kanazawa).

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金沢能楽美術館は、加賀宝生に伝わる貴重な能面や能装束を収蔵展示することを目的に開館されました。「能楽」はユネスコ無形文化遺産に登録されています。

Kanazawa Noh Museum was established to house and display valuable Noh masks and costumes that have been passed down for generations by Kaga Ho’usho’u Noh practitioners.  Noh has been designated as an intangible cultural asset by UNESCO.

 

本物の能面と能装束を、実際に着る事が出来る体験コーナーもあります。

At the museum, you have an opportunity to don a real Noh and mask and costume.

【参考・Reference】http://www.kanazawa-noh-museum.gr.jp/

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