Piece

作品名称 Ashiya dōman ōuchi kagami
作品的其他名称 A Courtly Mirror of Ashiya Dōman ([翻译] Translation) ,
Ashiya doman ouchi kagami ([字译] Transliteration) ,
Ashiya douman oouchi kagami ([字译] Transliteration) ,
Kuzu no ha ([个别场次名称] Title for individual scene or act of piece) ,
Lady Kuzunoha ([个别场次名称] Title for individual scene or act of piece) ,
Kuzu no ha kowakare ([个别场次名称] Title for individual scene or act of piece)
作品创作日期 [1734 - 1734] 1734 - 1734
作品创作者 Takeda Izumo Playwright
作品的相关表演艺术 Kabuki, Puppetry
作品的相关形体动作 jidaimono (historical play)
创作语言 [日语,日文] Japanese
构造分类 five acts (dan)
作品中出现的人物 Abe no Yasuna , Ashiya Michitaru , Kuzu no ha (white fox) , Dōshimaru , Lady Kuzu no ha Abe no Yasuna
剧情 The conflict between Abe no Yasuna and Ashiya Michitaru about the sacred book of Yin and Yang, “Kin’u Gyokuto Shu.” Abe no Yasuna who lived in Abeno, Settsu no Kuni, saved a white fox that was chased by hunters in the forest of Shinoda in Izumi no Kuni. Yasuna got hurt on his saving the fox and then the fox turned into the form of Yasuna’s fiancée, Princess Kuzu no ha and took care of him. They got married and had a son called Doshimaru. However when Doshimaru was 5 years old, they found out the true identity of Kuzu no ha. She went back to the forest of Shinoda, leaving the poem behind. Yasuna and Doshimaru follow her to the forest. It is said that Doshimaru is Abe no Seimei.
参考资料 Kabuki jiten (p.26)
附注 Jidai mono. It developed out of the traditional literature, "Shinoda duma." It was first performed as a puppet play at Takemoto Theatre in Osaka in October, 1734.  First performed as Kabuki at Nakamura Tomijuro Theatre in Kyoto in February of the following year. Only the fourth act, "Kuzu no ha kowakare" is usually performed and is known as "Kuzu no ha."
作品曾发表于 Kabuki Plays on Stage Volume 1: Brilliance and Bravado, 1697-1766

Associated Items

相关演出 1976May15, Kokuritsu shōgekijō, Ashiya dōman ōuchi kagami
Performances of the piece 1006530