KAOMISE
  Latest update: 2017-10-31
 

During the Edo period, a kaomise was the "face-showing" ceremony of a theater, which celebrated the opening of the new theatrical year and its new troupe. It was generally held in the 11th lunar month and was a very important event in Edo, ‘saka or KyŰto.

Edo 1711 (Ichimuraza)

‘saka 1713 (Shioya Kuroemon's theater)

Edo 1714 (Moritaza)

‘saka 1714 (‘saka Kuzaemon's theater)

KyŰto 1714 (Kameya KumenojŰ's theater)

KyŰto 1714 (Miyako MandayŻ's theater)

Edo 1715 (Moritaza)

‘saka 1715 (‘saka Tazaemon's theater)

KyŰto 1716 (Hoteiya UmenojŰ's theater)

Edo 1717 (Nakamuraza)  

Edo 1717 (Ichimuraza)  

Edo 1717 (Moritaza)  

‘saka 1722 (‘nishi no Shibai)

‘saka 1723 (Kado no Shibai)

Edo 1730 (Moritaza)

‘saka 1732 (Naka no Shibai)

KyŰto 1733

Edo 1735 (Nakamuraza)

Edo 1740 (Ichimuraza)

‘saka 1748 (Kado no Shibai)

KyŰto 1748 (Miyako HandayŻ's theater)

KyŰto 1750 (Ebisuya KichirŰbÍ's theater)

KyŰto 1751 (Minamigawa no Shibai)

Edo 1753 (Moritaza)

KyŰto 1766 (Kitagawa no Shibai)

KyŰto 1771 (Minamigawa no Shibai)

‘saka 1772 (Naka no Shibai)

‘saka 1777 (Kado no Shibai)

KyŰto 1784 (Nishi no Shibai)

Edo 1801 (Kawarazakiza)

 
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