Credits


All the photographs in this presentation are by Monica Bethe unless otherwise noted. Glossary items are noted separately. Slides of Takabayashi Kôji dressing Takabayashi Shinji were taken by Monica Bethe in the process of creating, Dance in the Noh Theater by Monica Bethe and Karen Brazell (3 volumes, Cornell East Asia Series, number 29, Ithaca, NY: Cornell East Asia Program, 1982)

Sources of published photographs :

Fukami Tôshû ed; photographs by Sano Yasushi, Watanabe Hiroyuki and Takashima Keigo,. Yûgen no Bi: Fukami Tôshû enkô shashinshû (The Beauty of Yugen: Toshu Fukami Performs No; Tokyo: Tachibana Publishing Inc.,

Kirihata Ken and Masuda Shôzô, eds. Nô shôzoku Hyakushi: Iike denrai (No Costumes of the Ii Family; Tokyo: Heibonsha, 1984).

Nakamura Yasuo (author) and Konma Kiyonori (photographer), Karaa nô no kiryoku (Tokyo: Tankôsha, 1977)

Nomura Shirô.Moyô

Tessenkai, ed. Kanze Hisao: Shika no fûshi (Tokyo: Heibonsha, 1979)

Yamaguchi Akira and The Traditional Cultural Forum, eds., Monica Bethe, translator, The World of Noh Costumes, (Kyoto: Sensyoku Inc,. 1990).

All images are stored in Hana: An Archive of Traditional Japanese Theater Artifacts (http://cidu.library.cornell.edu/hana) which often contains more specific information about the images.

Glossary entries are from TJT Interactive Glossary (http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/tjt/glossary) which is currently under construction.

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