The performance of two Japanese artists, Ogasawara Tadashi and Ogasawara Hiroaki, is anticipated to captivate audiences with an array of engaging plays. With their expertly crafted pieces, they are sure to mesmerize and amaze the crowd. Attendees will be left in awe of the show put on by the two talented Ogasawara’s. The show promises to be an unforgettable experience, and an event not to be missed.
Visitors to the Temple of Literature have the opportunity to enjoy an exhibition of 20 Nohgaku masks crafted by Japanese artisan Ogasawara Tadashi. This captivating display provides a unique insight into the artistry of this renowned craftsman.
Participants will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful exchanges with Tadashi, allowing them to gain a deeper insight into the traditional art of Japan.
The kyogen actors are often dressed in colorful costumes and use exaggerated gestures and expressions to bring out the humor of the play.
Kyogen is a traditional form of Japanese comedy that is distinguished from Noh theatre by its more light-hearted and comedic nature. It is typically performed without masks, and actors use exaggerated gestures and expressions to bring out the humour of the play. Kyogen actors often wear colourful costumes, and the plays often depict the daily life of ordinary people in the middle ages. The humour of Kyogen is universal, providing audiences with a source of delight and joy.
The event is part of a series of activities to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic relations this year. It is an occasion to celebrate the strong and enduring friendship between the two nations and reaffirm their commitment to deepening bilateral cooperation.
A link for ticket registration will be updated on the website of the Embassy of Japan in Vietnam on May 4.