Noh is one of Japan's classic performing arts, with a history dating back to the 14th century. From October 13th until December 6th at the Seikado Bunko Art Museum, 'The Elegance of Noh World' will showcase 67 Noh masks from the former collection of the feudal Mizoguchi clan.
Along with the impressive collection of masks, there will also be a number of other Noh-related pieces on display at the event, including artworks and publications.
Adult admission to the special exhibition is priced at 1000 yen.
The Seikado Bunko Art Museum is located around 25 minutes on foot from Futakotamagawa station, served by the Den-en-toshi line and the Oimachi Line. Taxis are also available from the station, and the ride time to the museum is around 10 minutes.
Alternatively, there's a Tokyu Coach Bus available from Futakotamagawa Station to the museum. Alight at the Seikado Bunko stop (about 8-10 minutes ride time from the station), and the museum is a 5 minute walk away.
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