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Inukai Noson Stage犬飼の舞台

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This rural stage, designated as a national, important tangible folk cultural property in 1998, has been used for Ningyo Joruri puppet theater since the Edo period. In early November each year, public performances are held on the stage, which stands on the grounds of Goo Shrine. On the day of the event, a ritual performance of Shiki Sanbaso, which originated in a program of Noh, is first offered to the shrine to pray for an abundant crop and a peaceful world. Then, a Ningyo Joruri performance is held. Finally, members of a local preservation society perform a fusuma karakuri show featuring different tricks with painted sliding doors.

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Tokushima Pref. Tokushimashi Hatachou Hachiya 67-3 Goo Shrine grounds

phone 0886215419
place

Only the appearance is always open
※ Inside tour is possible only after the performance of 11/3

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Address

Tokushima Pref. Tokushimashi Hatachou Hachiya 67-3 Goo Shrine grounds [map]

Phone

0886215419

Hours
Only the appearance is always open
※ Inside tour is possible only after the performance of 11/3
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available(20spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Note
※ Tel is connected to the Tokushima City Board of Education Social Education Division.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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