林定期能 納会Hayashi Tteiki Noh Year-End Performance/Noukai

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2016年 124日 (日) 12:00開演(会場11:20)

弱法師  Noh "Yoroboshi"



Shite:Soichiro Hayashi

狂言「清水」 Kyogen " Shimizu"


Shite: Shime Shigeyama

巻絹 Noh "Makiginu"




Shite: Ken Mikata

大会 Noh "Daie"



ワキ(比叡山の僧正):岡 充

Shite: Hiromichi Tamoi

京都観世会館 Kyoto Kanze Kaikan
一般前売り ¥4,000 当日 ¥4,500 学生前売り ¥2,000 学生当日 ¥2,500 Advance ¥4,000 At the Door ¥4,500 Students Advance ¥2,000 Students At the Door ¥2,500



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Michitoshi (Shite) from Takayasu in Kawachi county, who believed in the other's false charge against his son and exiled his son Shuntokumaru, feels pity and pilgrimages to Tennouji to give alms for 7days.
A blind beggar nicknamed "Yoroboshi" because of his stumbling walk appears, and Michitoshi gives alms and exchanges words. Yoroboshi gets attracted to the scent of plum wafting down from his sleeves and sings a song. Michitoshi carefully observes him and realizes the beggar is Shuntokumaru whom he exiled. Shuntokumaru sings out various scenes that are in his feelings since he is blind: the moon setting in the Awajishima Mountain, waves of Awajie Island even on a cloudy day, Suma Akashi, and the sea of Ki. Furthermore, he dances manically, extolling the sceneries reflected everywhere at spring’s sunset. As the sun sets and it gets dark, Michitoshi reveals that he is the father. Shuntokumaru runs away because he is too embarrassed, but Michitoshi takes his hand and goes back to Takayasu.

On a spring day, the emperor's messenger (Waki) is collecting Makiginu (bolts of silk) in Kumano because he was ordered by the Emperor who had a nightmare to "Collect Senbiki Makiginu from various areas and dedicate them to Mikumano (shrine)." However, a man (Shitetsure) who brought a makiginu from the capital comes exceedingly late and gets tied up by the Emperor’s messenger because he paid a visit to Otonashitenjin (shrine) on the way and offered a poem, getting stimulated by the scent of plum. Then, a spirit from Otonashitenjin possesses one of the priestesses and appears and praises the poem a man offered and begs the Emperor's messenger to release the rope. The priestess recites a Shinto prayer and dances with Shinto music and starts a wish-fulfilling gods story. Before long, the priestess gets unpossessed.

A tengu (a legendary creature said to be a supernatural monster or sometimes a god, who learns Buddhism but uses black arts) whose life was saved by a monk disguises as a Buddhist monk (mae shite) practicing asceticism in the mountains pays a visit to the monk(waki)'s cell in Mt. Hiei, and says he can grant a wish. The monk wishes to see the scene of Buddah preaching in Ryoujusen (Vulture Peak). The tengu shows the scene of Buddah preaching (Daie) warning the monk not to be devout. However, the monk forgets the tengu's warning and starts praying with his whole heart, putting his hands together and tearing. Then, a Buddhist’s guardian deity Teisyakuten (ato tsure) comes down from Heaven. Teisyakuten punishes the tengu for showing a fake scene and the tengu runs away to the deep cave. Atoshite's quick transformation from Budda into a tengu is also the highlight of this story.



公演予定Performances scheduled


林宗一郎がシテを勤める公演、企画から参加している公演の出演情報です。Here is the information on performances Soichiro Hayashi plays “Shite” (the lead role) or takes part in producing.

「京都観世会」、「林定期能楽会」が主催する年間定例公演の出演情報です。"Here is Soichiro's performance information on the regular performances hosted by various Nohgaku Associations
such as Kyoto Kanze Association and Hayashi Nohgaku Association."

能舞台以外での公演、能についての講座・レクチャー、イベント・祭りなどへの出演情報です。"Here is Soichiro's appearance information on other performances, lectures, and events besides Noh performances."