Piece

Nom de la Pièce Honchō nijūshikō
Autre Nom de la Pièce Honcho nijushiko ([Translittération] Transliteration) ,
Japan's Twenty-Four Paragons of Filial Piety ([Traduction] Translation)
Date de Création [1766] 1766
Créateur Chikamatsu Hanji [Dramaturge] Playwright
Arts du Spectacle Associés Puppetry, Kabuki
Mouvement Associé jidaimono (historical play)
Langues de Création [Japonais] Japanese
Divisions de la Structure Sixteen acts
Intrigue Events around the great rivalry between the Takeda and Uesugi clans in the sixteenth century.
Notes First performed at the Takemotoza Theatre in Osaka in 1766. Play centers around the feud between two warlords, Takeda Shingen and Nagao Kenshin, in the 16th century.
Texte Publié dans Kabuki Plays on Stage Volume 1: Brilliance and Bravado, 1697-1766(326-352)

Associated Items

Productions Associées 1975Dec13, Kokuritsu shōgekijō, Bunraku, Honchō nijūshikō
Performances of the piece 1004202, 1004324, 1004345, 1004381, 1004384, 1004314
Components associated with piece 1006667, 1006668