Toyotomi Hideyoshi Iai, a national important cultural property that retains the characteristics of the early Noh stage

It is a rare piece that retains the shape of a temporary early Noh stage with a single gable, a single beam, a single gabled roof, a gabled roof, and a kokerabuki. It was believed to be the legacy of Toyotomi Hideyoshi and was located in Kyoto's Fushimi Castle, but it was donated to Nunana Shrine after it was given to Fukuyama Castle lord Mizuno Katsunari by Tokugawa Shogun Hidetada. It is the only assembly type Noh stage in Japan and is designated as an important cultural property of the country.


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720-0202Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture
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Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture

About 40 minutes by car from the Sanyo Expressway Fukuyama-higashi IC, or about 55 minutes by car from the Fukuyama-nishi IC. Alternatively, take the Tomo Tetsu Bus from Platform 11 in front of JR Fukuyama Station for about 30 minutes, or walk from Tomonoura for about 10 minutes.

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