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|Title:||Sukeroku Yukari no Edo Zakura|
To be presented by Kikugoro, Kichiemon, etc. at the Tokyo Theatre May 5-31, '46. ---------------- (Façade of Miuraya, a brother in Yoshiwara. When the certain rises. The explainer explains the origin of this classical play and then urges the Kato-bushi reciters to take to singing.) Satobushi reciting: Spring has come to the Yoshino mountains And the flowers are out in Miuraya house, here in Yoshiwara. The name of Hanakawado (Sukeroku's family name) is as fragrant as the blossems. (Meanwhile six courtesans, Yaeginu, Ukihashi, Kocho, Aizen, Tagasode and Umegaka come in accompanied by young maids.)
|Appears in Collections:||Kaizawa Kabuki Collection - S|
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