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Some Famous Plays

For a more comprehensive list, see List of Noh plays (A–M) N–Z.
Plays with a separate article are listed here.

The following categorization is that of the Kanze school.

Name Kanji Meaning Category
Aoi no Ue 葵上 Lady Aoi 4 (misc.)
Aya no Tsuzumi 綾鼓 The Damask Drum 4 (misc.)
Dōjōji 道成寺 Dōjōji 4 (misc.)
Hagoromo 羽衣 The Feather Mantle 3 (woman)
Izutsu 井筒 The Well Cradle 3 (woman)
Kagekiyo 景清 Kagekiyo 4 (misc.)
Kanawa 鉄輪 The Iron Ring/Crown 4 (misc.)
Kumasaka 熊坂 Kumasaka/The Robber 5 (demon)
Matsukaze 松風 The Wind in the Pines 3 (woman)
Nonomiya 野宮 The Shrine in the Fields 3 (woman)
Sekidera Komachi 関寺小町 Komachi at Sekidera 3 (woman)
Semimaru 蝉丸 Semimaru 4 (misc.)
Shakkyō 石橋 Stone Bridge 5 (demon)
Shōjō 猩々 The Tippling Elf 5 (demon)
Sotoba Komachi 卒都婆小町 Komachi at the Gravepost 3 (woman)
Takasago 高砂 At Takasago 1 (deity)
Tsunemasa 経政 Tsunemasa 2 (warrior)
Yorimasa 頼政 Yorimasa 2 (warrior)
Yuya 熊野 Yuya 3 (woman)

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    If you want to see your plays performed the way you wrote them, become President.
    Václav Havel (b. 1936)

    Martyrdom ... is the only way in which a man can become famous without ability.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)