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 This database contains the catalog information of rare books owned by the Theatre Museum as part of its Kyuen Kawasaki Collection.
 This collection, amassed by Kyuen Kawasaki (1874?1961) of the Otsuzumi Kadono School of Noh, was bequeathed to the Theatre Museum by his second daughter, Ms. Katsuko Kawasaki. To commemorate this donation, the museum organized an exhibition, the "Kyuen Kawasaki Exhibition?Hayashi music and Modern Age of Noh" in 1999. Until now, the catalog published for that exhibition provided the most comprehensive information about the collection.
 The Asian Culture Research Center, which was founded to implement an Academic Frontier Promotion Program between fiscal 1998 and 2002, established the Noh-Hayashi Workshop to investigate and research the Kyuen Kawasaki Collection. Since 2003, its activities were taken over by the team carrying out the "Comparative Theatre Studies between Japan, Asia and Europe" project. The "General Research Project into Noh" was launched under this project to continue the research on the collection. This database is one of the results of these research efforts, which have spanned 10 years.
 
Members of the Noh-Hayashi Workshop (2002-2007)
(In alphabetical order, titles omitted) Kiyomi Aihara, Ryo Araki, Fumie Eguchi, Ayako Ohata, Mariko Okada, Kiyoe Sakamoto, Koichi Sasaki, Kazumichi Sato, Hiroshi Kiyota, Mizuki Tasogawa, Mikio Takemoto, Izumi Takakuwa, Akiko Miyake

Mr. Hiroki Yamamoto of the Digital Archives Office at the Theatre Museum has provided support for the installation and management of the database.
 
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    Play title
    There are many cases in which the same play is described using different styles by different materials, which may cause confusion when a play title search is executed. Therefore, the most accepted style has been set as the "standard style" for each play title. If the original title of a material differs from the standard style, the standard style is indicated in parenthesis after the original title. The standard styles are as follows:
    Standard style Example of variation Standard style Example of variation
    Aizomegawa 藍染川 愛染川 藍染河 Taema 当麻 当麻
    Ama 海人 海士 Takenoyuki 竹雪 竹の雪
    Ayanotsuzumi 綾鼓 綾皷 Tadanori 忠度 忠則
    Ikuta Atsumori 生田敦盛 Ikuta 生田 Tamura 田村 田むら
    Iwafune 岩舟 岩舩 Chikubushima 竹生島 竹生嶋
    Utaura 歌占 哥占 Tsuchiguruma 土車 土くるま
    Uto 善知鳥 鳥頭 Tsunemasa 経政 経正
    Uneme 釆女 宋女 Tsurukame 鶴亀 Gekkyuden 月宮殿
    Enoshima 江野島 江野嶋 Tenko 天鼓 天皷
    Oeyama 大江山 Shutendoji 酒呑童子 Tosen 唐船 唐舩
    Obasute 姨捨 伯母捨 姨棄 Torioibune 鳥追舟 鳥追
    Oharagoko 大原御幸 小原御幸 Manju 満仲 Nakamitsu 仲光
    Kappa 合甫 合浦 Nue 鵺 夜鳥
    Kamo 加茂 賀茂 Nezame 寝覚 Sanki 三帰
    Kamo-monogurui加茂物狂 賀茂物狂 Hajitomi 半蔀 Hajitomi Yugao 半蔀夕顔
    Kanyokyu 咸陽宮 感陽宮 Fujisan 富士山 冨士山
    Gio 祇王 Futarigio 二人祇王 Fujitaiko 富士太鼓 冨士太鼓
    Kusenoto 久世戸 久世渡 Fujito 藤戸 藤渡
    Kurumazo 車僧 くるま僧 Funabashi 船橋 舟橋 舩橋
    Kurozuka 黒塚 Adachigahara 安達原 Funabenkei 船弁慶 舟弁慶 舩弁慶
    Shunzeitadanori 俊成忠度 俊成忠則 Hokazo 放下僧 放家僧
    Shokun 昭君 照君 Hoshogawa 放生川 放生河
    Shojo 猩々 猩猩 Yashima 八島 八嶋
    Sumagenji 須磨源氏 須广源氏 Yamanba 山姥 山婆
    Sumidagawa 隅田川 角田川 角田河 Yumiyawata 弓八幡 ゆみやはた
    Zekai 是界 善界 Yuya 熊野 湯屋
    Settai 摂待 接待 Yoshinoshizuka 吉野静 よし野静 芳野静
    Semimaru 蝉丸 Sakagami 逆髪 Rashomon 羅生門 羅城門
    Senju 千手 千寿 Ryoko 竜虎 龍虎
    Soshiarai 草紙洗 草紙洗小町 草子洗 さうし洗 Rodaiko 籠太鼓 籠太皷
    Daibutsukuyo 大仏供養 Naramode 奈良詣    
     
    The Life History of Kyuen Kawasaki (An extract from the exhibition catalog for the "Kyuen Kawasaki Exhibition-Hayashi music and Modern Age of Noh")
     Rikichi (Kyuen's real name), who was practicing utai chanting of the Kita School, began to fully devote himself to the art form after finishing elementary school. Following the advice of his utai teacher, Setsunosuke Takahashi, Rikichi started to learn to play the otsuzumi (a large hand drum) under the tutelage of Masachika Azuma, an otsuzumi drummer of the Kadono School. In the early days of his career, Rikichi played the otsuzumi for Noh plays dedicated to the Shinonome Shrine in Matsuyama. He soon won a reputation for overtaking his teacher and even Issai Ishii, the leader of the Otsuzumi Ishii School, is said to have wanted Rikichi to succeed him after he saw Rikichi's performance in Matsuyama in 1892. Instead, as advised by Nobuyoshi Ikenouchi, the older brother of one of Rikichi's elementary school classmates, Kyoshi Takahama, who was to go on to become a famous haiku poet, Rikichi decided to go to Tokyo in 1898 when he was 26 years old.
     In those days, there were not enough hayashikata (Noh musicians), particularly otsuzumi players, and there was an urgent need to train new ones. After arriving in Tokyo, Rikichi became a pupil of Matayoshi Tsumura, who led the performances of the Kadono School. However, although at the time he was considered to be one of the three best otsuzumi players, along with Nenchi Shimizu of the Takayasu School and Issai Ishii, Tsumura was poor and died only one year after Rikichi came to Tokyo. Rikichi, albeit reluctantly, intended to return home following Tsumura's death, but was persuaded by Roppeita Kita of the Kita School of shitekata (whose work was later designated as an Important Intangible Cultural Property at the same time as Rikichi's) and Kuro Tomoharu Hosho, one of the most popular Noh players and "props and stays" of Noh theatre at the time, to stay in Tokyo. Although he had lost his teacher, Rikichi continued to practice otsuzumi in earnest with support from Kuro Tomoharu Hosho, previous Kingo Misu of the Kotsuzumi Ko School and an accomplished hayashikata player, Motonori Kanze, an otsuzumi player, and many others.
     At the same time as Rikichi was thus embarking on his career in Tokyo, an issue arose that created a stir in the world of Noh, a premodern performing art. The issue concerned the music of Noh. In 1905, during a meeting of the Nogakubungaku Kenkyukai (Nogaku and literature workshop), Dr. Shohei Tanaka, a scholar of music theory, questioned whether or not Noh has a particular rhythm rule. To answer this question, Rikichi, who was also a skilled analytical thinker, began to write a series of articles titled "Jibyoshi-kenkyu" ("Research on Basic Noh Rhythm") for the journal Nogaku. It was also around this time that Nogaku was added as a research subject at the Hogaku Chosa Gakari (Institute for Investigation of Japanese Music) at the Tokyo Music School (now the Tokyo University of the Arts) and that Rikichi was appointed a member of the institute. Part of the work of the institute was to transcribe Noh music using Western notation. Thanks to the efforts of Rikichi and several subsequent researchers Noh music was finally theorized.
     In the meantime, the scarcity of hayashikata musicians became an increasingly pressing issue, which drove the Nogakkai (Noh Association) to launch a training program. Yoshiki Yoshimi, Rikichi's first pupil, was also one of the program's first students. The appearance of Toshio Kamei, who, along with Yoshimi, was one of Rikichi's best pupils, in a photo of the Nogakkai students, indicates that Rikichi was actively involved in the program. Later, a hayashi course was also established at the Tokyo Music School, thanks to the efforts of Nobuyoshi Ikenouchi and others. Rikichi also participated in other training programs entrusted to the Nogakkai.
     Rikichi also worked hard to win fair monetary compensation for hayashikata musicians, who had traditionally not been paid very much. Various magazine articles describe Rikichi in his later years as also being vigorously engaged in various other activities, including speaking for the hayashikata in the debate about the Umewaka School's independence movement.
     Rikichi, who was well versed not only in otsuzumi but also in Noh as a whole, was highly respected by other performers and awed many with his incomparably intense performing style. However, being a man of firm character who lacked certain social graces, and with few amateur pupils from whom he could earn a living, he led a fairly impoverished life similar to that of his early teacher, Tsumura.
     During World War II, Rikichi evacuated Tokyo and went to Yonaizawa in Akita Prefecture where he lived in the same neighborhood as Kenzo Kondo of the Hosho School of shitekata. Although away from the stage, Rikichi spent his time copying tetsuke (drum patterns) and remained focused on Noh. After the war, he was invited by Tetsuji Takeji to come to Kyoto and, in an episode that has since become famous, lived in the same house as Shojo Yamashiro, a tayu (master) of Bunraku, without either of them realizing who the other was. The art of both of these men was later designated among the first of Japan's Important Intangible Cultural Properties. It was upon moving to Kyoto that Rikichi changed his name to Kyuen and committed himself to reviving Noh in the Kansai region.
     Returning to Tokyo in 1950, Rikichi, now Kyuen, became the deputy head of the Kadono School. He was also appointed a member of the Japan Art Academy in 1953, the first time a hayashikata musician had received the appointment, and his art was recognized as an Important Intangible Cultural Property in 1955, along with that of Yoshimitsu Ko of the Kotsuzumi Ko School, who had been Kyuen's on-stage partner for many years, and Roppeita Kita. Kyuen also remained active in training programs and from 1954 taught younger performers at the Nogaku Sanyaku Yoseikai, a school for wakikata (supporting actors), kyogenkata (comic actors), and hayashikata (musicians). Kyuen never lost his passion for performance and in 1955 proposed a one-year rehearsal of Sekidera-komachi, a difficult play with the shite (main role) played by Kyusen Sakurama.
     Following the death of his heir, Yukiyasu, in March 1956, Kyuen decided to retire due to his age, then 82. As he had few pupils, his farewell performances, which were held with great success on September 8 and 20 of that year, were organized by a number of his supporters. Kyuen, who had helped pioneer theoretical research into Noh music, greatly improved the status of hayashikata and acted as a mentor for younger drummers, died at the age of 86 on January 24, 1961.
     
    Collection List
    Registration No./Book title
    ナ02-04317-1,2 / Taiseibukan
    ハ07-00198-1,2 / Genroku year 13 (c. 1700) edition shimogakari goju-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (shimogakari 50 chant book)
    ハ07-00199-1,2 / Hoei year 2 (c. 1705) Senpubo-sho 4th edition shimogakari goju-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (shimogakari 50 chant book)
    ハ07-00200-1-4 / Tabinotomo Kachofugetsu
    ハ07-00201-1-6 / Taisho revised edition Tabinotomo
    ハ07-00202-1-12 / Kanze School revised utaibon hyakuniju-ban-shu (120 chant collection)
    ハ07-00203-1-4 / Revised edition Hosho School yokyoku taisei (yokyoku collection)
    ハ07-00204-* / Kita School utai
    ハ07-00205-1-30 / Meiji year 42 (1909) April Konparu School go-ban-tsuzuri sanjussatsu-bon (5 chant book 30 volumes)
    ハ07-00206-1-40 / Meiji year 31 (1898) April edition Konparu School go-ban-tsuzuri uchito yonjussatsu-bon (5 chant book uchi and soto sets 40 volumes in total)
    ハ07-00207 / Meiji year 26 (1893) edition Kanze School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kocho"
    ハ07-00208 / Meiji year 42 (1909) edition Kanze School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Koya-monogurui"
    ハ07-00209 / Meiji year 45 (1912) ( edition Kanze School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Nakamitsu"
    ハ07-00210 / Showa year 2 (1927) edition Kanze School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kappo"
    ハ07-00211-1-5 / Kanze School revised utaibon (chant book) (Taisho version Ichi-ban-tsuzuri (single chant), Kakitsubata, Kikujido, Kiso, Kiyotsune, Tamura)
    ハ07-00212-1-4 / Hinoki Shoten edition Showa version Kanze School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) (Obasute, Kuzu, Kusunotsuyu, Tokusa)
    ハ07-00213 / Kanze School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Mi-ikusabune"
    ハ07-00214-1-2 / Kanze School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Motomezuka"
    ハ07-00215 / Showa year 29 (1954) edition Kanze School collection ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kinuta"
    ハ07-00216 / Kanze School shuchin utaibon (pocket-size chant book) "Okina-hoemai"
    ハ07-00217 / Meiji year 36 (1903) edition Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Sadaie"
    ハ07-00218 / Taisho year 10 (1921) edition Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kagetsu"
    ハ07-00219-1-10 / Taisho year 12 (1923) edition Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book)
    ハ07-00220-1-13 / Taisho year 15 (1926) edition Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book)
    ハ07-00221 / Taisho Era Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kuzu"
    ハ07-00222 / Taisho Era Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Utaura"
    ハ07-00223 / Taisho Era Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Uto"
    ハ07-00224 / Taisho Era Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kakitsubata"
    ハ07-00225 / Taisho Era Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kurozuka"
    ハ07-00226 / Taisho year 4 (1915) edition Konparu School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Kantan"
    ハ07-00227 / Showa year 17 (1932) edition Konparu School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Tokimune"
    ハ07-00228 / Showa year 30 (1955) edition Konparu School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Sekidera-komachi" (performance commemorative utaibon)
    ハ07-00229 / Utaibon (chant book) "Kimigayo"
    ハ07-00230-1-4 / Meiji year 31 (1898) April edition Kongo School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book)
    ハ07-00231 / Showa year 7 (1932) edition Kongo School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Matsuyama-tengu"
    ハ07-00232-1,2 / Anei year 5 (c. 1776) edition Kita School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Sekidera-komachi" "Higaki"
    ハ07-00233 / Meiji year 28 (1895) edition Kita School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Sakurai"
    ハ07-00234-1-3 / Kita School Showa revised ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book)
    ハ07-00235 / Kita School new play keikobon (exercise book) "Hidehira"
    ハ07-00236 / Kita School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Sotoba-komachi"
    ハ07-00237 / Kita School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Tokusa"
    ハ07-00238 / Crown Prince's birth commemorative pocket-size utaibon (chant book) "Hagoromo Kumoi-mai"
    ハ08-00035 / Shuchin Dokuginshu Taizen (pocket-size solo chant collection) volume 1
    ハ08-00036 / Hosho School Koutai-shu Taikan (short chant collection) volume 2
    ハ13-00051 / Kanei years 11 and 12 (c. 1634?1635) okugaki (certificate) passed down from Kurobei Sadatoshi Kadono
    ハ13-00052-1-5 / Kadono family's hereditary book written in early Edo Period
    ハ13-00053-1-3 / Kyowa year 1 (c. 1801) Kojuro Kadono's okugaki (certificate) passed down in the Kadono family
    ハ13-00054 / Kadono School's hereditary book written in early Edo Period (Reiyo)
    ハ13-00055 / Kadono School's hereditary book written in late Edo Period and enno-hikae (performance notes) left by Sadatsune (sixth head of Kadono School), Tadasada (seventh head) and Sadanobu (eighth head)
    ハ13-00056 / Kanei year 21 (c. 1644) Kurobei Sadayuki Kadono's okugaki (certificate) passed down in the Kadono School
    ハ13-00057 / Kadono family's hereditary book written in late Edo Period
    ハ13-00058 / Kanei year 12 (c. 1635) Kurobei Sadatoshi Kadono's okugaki (certificate) passed down in the Kadono School
    ハ13-00059 / Kadono School otsuzumi tetsuke (drum patterns) (duplicated utaibon (chant book) / Urashima, Matsuo, Fushimi, Daraniochiba, Utsusemi, Goho, Hitachiobi, Kusanagi, Bukan, Nishikido, Tadanobu, Sekihara-yoichi)
    ハ13-00060 / Enno-hikae (performance notes) written by Sadanobu (eighth head of the Kadono School) and Sadamutsu (ninth head)
    ハ13-00061-1 / Taiko tetsuke (drum patterns) for Takasago hachi-dan-no-mai and Kantan muchu-suibu
    ハ13-00061-2 / Enno-hikae (performance notes) for Shakkyo renjishi
    ハ13-00061-3 / Enno-hikae (performance notes) for Ama shichi-dan-no-mai
    ハ13-00061-4 / Enno-hikae (performance notes) for Yoroboshi maiiri
    ハ13-00061-5 / Kotsuzumi tetsuke (drum patterns) for Izutsu dan-no-jo and sandan-no-koshi
    ハ13-00061-6 / Tokusa hittori-no-jo
    ハ13-00061-7 / Taiko tetsuke (drum patterns) for Makiginu kinjo-saihai
    ハ13-00061-8 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hanagatami nyogodome
    ハ13-00061-9 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for suzu-no-dan
    ハ13-00061-10 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for suzu-no-dan
    ハ13-00061-11 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Dojoji nazukegashira
    ハ13-00061-付 / Catalog
    ハ13-00062-1 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Miwa iwato-no-mai
    ハ13-00062-2 / Taiko tetsuke (drum patterns) for Toei sagariha-ato
    ハ13-00062-3 / Shoka (flute score) of Tokusa jo
    ハ13-00062-4 / Taiko tetsuke (drum patterns) for Toru kyokusui-no-mai
    ハ13-00062-5 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for shichidan-no-sagariha etc.
    ハ13-00062-6 / Enno-hikae (performance notes) for Eguchi hyojogaeshi
    ハ13-00062-7 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Tsurukame kuseiri
    ハ13-00062-8 / Shoka (flute score) for banshikigaku
    ハ13-00062-9 / Shoka (flute score) for issei
    ハ13-00062-10 / Letter from Kurobei Kadono to Sakichi Kanze
    ハ13-00062-付 / Kadono family tetsuke (drum patterns) part 2
    ハ13-00063 / Notes on dates of death and posthumous Buddhist names of Kadono family members
    ハ13-00063-付 / Envelope
    ハ13-00064-1 / Isso School shoka (flute score) for midare
    ハ13-00064-付 / Wrapping paper
    ハ13-00064-2 / Morita School tetsuke (drum patterns) for midare
    ハ13-00064-3 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for midare ryo-gakari
    ハ13-00064-4 / Kanze School taiko tetsuke (drum patterns) for midare
    ハ13-00064-付 / Envelope
    ハ13-00065 / "Fujisan" tetsuke (drum patterns) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00066 / "Uchitomode" tetsuke (drum patterns) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00067 / "Goho" tetsuke (drum patterns) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00068 / Kanze School "Kiso" tetsuke (drum patterns) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00069 / Kanze School tetsuke (drum patterns) for seven plays previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00070 / Kotsuzumi atamatsuke (drum patterns) for "Okina midare" previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00071 / Iccho atamatsuke (drum patterns) for 23 plays previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00072 / Kotsuzumi atamatsuke (drum patterns) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00073 / Notes on konarai (plays requiring basic lessons) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00074 / "Todori Dojoji midare" tetsuke (drum patterns) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsum
    ハ13-00075 / Notes on kae tetsuke (drum patterns) previously owned by Matayoshi Tsumura
    ハ13-00076 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Izutsu and Eguchi previously owned by Mr. Azuma
    ハ13-00077 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Shakkyo and Mochizuki previously owned by Mr. Takeda
    ハ13-00078 / Old book of the Kadono family
    ハ13-00079-1-2 / Memorandum of Kurobei Sadatsune Kadono (sixth head of Kadono School)
    ハ13-00080 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Toru shaku-no-mai (笏之舞), shaku-no-mai (酌之舞) and kyokusui-no-mai
    ハ13-00081 / Isso School shoka (flute score) for "gaku"
    ハ13-00082 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) notebook for beginners
    ハ13-00083 / Enno-hikae (performance notes) for "Obasute"
    ハ13-00084 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Tsurukame kuseiri"
    ハ13-00085 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Makura-monogurui"
    ハ13-00086 / Notes on konarai and onarai (plays requiring basic and high-level lessons) (A)
    ハ13-00087 / Iccho tetsuke (drum patterns) and notes on naraimono (plays requiring special lessons
    ハ13-00088 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Motomezuka"
    ハ13-00089 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Makurajido"
    ハ13-00090 / Utaibon (chant book) for Hosho School "Nishihama-hakkei"
    ハ13-00091 / Utaibon (chant book) for Tsurukame kuseiri, Futarishizuka, Asukagawa, Kanjincho, and Kishomon
    ハ13-00092 / Iccho tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Tsuchi-guruma"
    ハ13-00093 / Iccho tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Tsuchi-guruma"
    ハ13-00094 / Flute tones
    ハ13-00095 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Hashi-benkei fue-no-maki"
    ハ13-00096 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Konparu School "Hatsuyuki"
    ハ13-00097 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Orochi"
    ハ13-00098 / Utaimonku (chant words) for "Genjikuyo shin-no-mai-iri"
    ハ13-00099 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Genzai-shichimen"
    ハ13-00100 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Naniwa"
    ハ13-00101 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Shiga"
    ハ13-00102 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Sakurai"
    ハ13-00103 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Kusunotsuyu"
    ハ13-00104 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Minazukibarai"
    ハ13-00105 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kongo School "Sumizome-sakura"
    ハ13-00106 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Kishomon"
    ハ13-00107 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kanze School "Sotoba-komachi"
    ハ13-00108 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Higaki"
    ハ13-00109 / Kasuga School fue-shoka (flute score) for "midare"
    ハ13-00110 / Kongo School "Motomezuka"
    ハ13-00111 / Secret book with added notes
    ハ13-00112 / Morita School fue-shoka (flute score)
    ハ13-00113 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Tsurukame kuseiri"
    ハ13-00114 / Sotogumi taiko tetsuke (drum patterns)
    ハ13-00115 / Uchigumi taiko tetsuke (drum patterns)
    ハ13-00116 / Otuzumi tetsuke (drum patterns) for rare plays
    ハ13-00117 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for naraigoto (plays requiring special lessons)
    ハ13-00118 / Otuzumi tetsuke (drum patterns) of around the Kanei Period
    ハ13-00119 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for various plays
    ハ13-00120 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for various plays
    ハ13-00121 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kosei School "midare Shishi"
    ハ13-00122 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kocho, Fuji, Genjo, Manju, and Ema
    ハ13-00123 / Isso School fue-shoka (flute score)
    ハ13-00124 / Duplicate of a book owned by Genzo Ueda
    ハ13-00125 / Kadono family secret kokoroe-cho (book of instructions)
    ハ13-00126 / Book written by Nichiraku-sensei, the first head of the Kadono family
    ハ13-00127 / Enno-hikae (performance notes) written by Tadasada (seventh head of Kadono School) and Sadataka (eighth head)
    ハ13-00128 / Repertoire list
    ハ13-00129 / Old book of the Kadono family
    ハ13-00130 / Kadono family tekubari
    ハ13-00131 / Notes for naraimono (plays requiring special lessons)
    ハ13-00132 / Oboecho (memorandum book)
    ハ13-00133 / Iccho tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Utaura," "Tamakazura" and "Tenko"
    ハ13-00134 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Matsuno-o"
    ハ13-00135 / Kadono School tetsuke (drum patterns) for mai dance
    ハ13-00136 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Sekidera-komachi"
    ハ13-00137 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for konaraimono (plays requiring basic lessons)
    ハ13-00138 / Notes for naraimono (plays requiring special lessons)
    ハ13-00139 / Notebook written by Kyuen
    ハ13-00140 / Notebook written by Kyuen
    ハ13-00141 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) written by Kyuen
    ハ13-00142 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) written by Kyuen for hayamai
    ハ13-00143 / Miscellaneous notes written by Kyuen
    ハ13-00144 / Notebook written by Kyuen
    ハ13-00145 / Showa year 7 (1932) edition Hosho School ichi-ban-tsuzuri utaibon (single chant book) "Obasute"
    ハ13-00146 / Memorandum book written by Kyuen
    ハ13-00147 / Memorandum book written by Kyuen
    ハ13-00148-1-6 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Shishi
    ハ13-00148-2 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Matsukaze mitome
    ハ13-00148-3 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kakitsubata sawabemai
    ハ13-00148-4 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Morita School Sagi midare
    ハ13-00148-5 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Shojo midare wago
    ハ13-00148-6 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Morita School Shojo midare
    ハ13-00149-1 / Shoka (flute score) for Morita School "banshikigaku
    イ11-00149-2 / Midare tetsuke (drum patterns)
    イ11-00149-3 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for nidan-gaeshi
    イ11-00149-4 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Choryo (with envelope)
    ハ13-00150-1 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Kumano" sandan-mai
    イ11-00150-2 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for yujo-no-mai
    イ11-00150-3 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Isso School "banshikigaku"
    イ11-00150-4 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School Sokagura
    イ11-00150-5 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Kokaji betsunaraikurogashira"
    イ11-00150-6 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Ataka ennen-no-mai"
    イ11-00150-7 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "hyojogaeshi"
    イ11-00150-8 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Uto soto-no-hamakaze"
    イ11-00150-9 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Hagoromo saishiki"
    イ11-00150-10 / Letter from Goro Ko to Kyuen Kawasaki dated August 14
    イ11-00150-11 / Letter from Kuro Hosho to Kyuen Kawasaki dated April 22
    イ11-00150-12 / Letter from Shokuro Morita to Matataro Tsumura dated October 18
    ハ13-00151-1 / Tekubaritsuke
    イ11-00151-2 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Kiso-gansho"
    イ11-00151-3 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Shishi"
    イ11-00151-4 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Mikuni-no-hikari"
    イ11-00151-5 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Shinissei daijin-shidai"
    イ11-00151-6 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Katsuragi"
    イ11-00151-7 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Funabenkei zengogae"
    イ11-00151-8 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Hagoromo wago-no-mai"
    イ11-00151-9 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kongo School "Kantan juni-dan-raku"
    イ11-00151-10 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "midare"
    イ11-00151-11 / Shoka (flute score) for Isso School "Sagi midare"
    イ11-00151-12 / Shoka (flute score) for Isso School "Sagi midare"
    イ11-00151-13 / Shoka (flute score) for Morita School "Sagi midare"
    イ11-00151-14 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Sagi and Ataka
    ハ13-00152-* / Kyuen Kawasaki tetsuke (drum patterns) (4)
    ハ13-00152-001 / Morita School shoka (flute score)
    ハ13-00152-002 / Morita School shoka (flute score)
    ハ13-00152-003 / Shoka (flute score) for Morita School "banshikigaku"
    ハ13-00152-004 / Shoka (flute score) for Morita School "banshiki-jo-no-mai"
    ハ13-00152-005 / Shoka (flute score) for "Shishi"
    ハ13-00152-006 / Shoka (flute score) for "banshikigaku"
    イ11-00153-* /
    ハ13-00153-001 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "ni-dan-gaeshi"
    ハ13-00153-002 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Toru yukyoku"
    ハ13-00153-003 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Toru jusan-dan"
    ハ13-00153-004 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Katsuragi yamato-mai"
    ハ13-00153-005 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Katsuragi yamato-mai"
    ハ13-00153-006 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Konparu School "Katsuragi yamato-mai"
    ハ13-00153-007 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kanze School "Katsuragi yamato-mai"
    ハ13-00153-008 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "nagashi-yatsugashira"
    ハ13-00153-009 / Konparu School taiko tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Toru shaku-no-mai (酌ノ舞)"
    ハ13-00153-010 / Konparu School taiko tetsuke (drum patterns) for Hosho School "Toru shaku-no-mai (笏ノ舞)"
    ハ13-00153-011 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kita School "Toru shaku-no-mai (笏ノ舞)"
    ハ13-00153-012 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Konparu School "Toru shaku-no-mai (笏ノ舞)"
    ハ13-00153-013 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for Kita School "Fuji-daiko kyoran-no-gaku"
    ハ13-00153-014 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Miwa seino"
    ハ13-00153-015 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Miwa seino"
    ハ13-00153-016 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "otoko-mai"
    ハ13-00153-017 / Shoka (flute score) for "chu-no-mai" and "kakko"
    ハ13-00153-018 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Fujisan"
    ハ13-00153-019 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Tokusa"
    ハ13-00153-020 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Tokusa"
    ハ13-00153-021 / List of 165 kyogen plays
    ハ13-00153-022 / Isso School fue-shoka (flute score)
    ハ13-00153-023 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Yashima"
    ハ13-00153-024 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for "Yashima yumi-nagashi and shira-bataraki"
    ハ13-00153-025 / Naraigoto list
    ハ13-00153-026 / List of Kadono School otsuzumi naraigoto and their order
    ハ13-00153-027 / Tetsuke (drum patterns) for iccho-issei
    ハ13-00153-028 / Shôka (flute score) for Morita School"banshikigaku"
    ハ15-00177 / Izumi School kyogen play collection volume II
    ハ23-00025 / Letter from Chobei Nishikawa to Kurobei Kadono dated September 20
    ハ23-00026 / Kadono family's hereditary books and tsuzumido catalog
    ハ23-00027 / Duplicates of Kadono School menjo (licenses)
    ハ23-00028 / Duplicates of Kadono School menjo (licenses)
    ハ23-00029 / Menjo (license) for senbo and Kiso-gansho
    ハ23-00030 / Menjo (license) for Obasute and Sekidera-komachi
    ハ23-00031 / Menjo kaiden (full mastership license)
    ハ23-00032 / Document related to Kyuen's funeral (funeral guest book)
    ハ23-00033 / Document related to the farewell performance (Kyuen's retirement commemorative book)
    ハ23-00034 / Document related to the seventh anniversary of Kyuen's death (memoir)
    ハ23-00035 / Yuraisho (history) of the Morita and Kadono families
    ハ23-00036 / Zuikanroku (random notes), 21 sheets
    ハ23-00037 / Zuikanroku (random notes), 36 sheets
    ハ23-00038 / Zuikanroku (random notes), 23 sheets on Sekidera-komachi
    ハ23-00039 / Zuikanroku (random notes), 21 sheets on Kadono family's hereditary books
    ハ23-00040-1,2 / Zuikanroku (random notes) block copies A and B
    ハ23-00041 / Document related to Important Intangible Cultural Property (certificate)
    ハ23-00042 / Document related to Important Intangible Cultural Property (prize catalog)
    ハ23-00043 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (personal history)
    ハ23-00044 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (invitation from the Emperor to a luncheon)
    ハ23-00045 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (reasons for awarding and reference materials)
    ハ23-00046 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (comments from the awardees)
    ハ23-00047 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (awarding ceremony for elderly awardees program)
    ハ23-00048 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (letter of appreciation for support for the Art Festival)
    ハ23-00049 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (letter on Japanese paper addressed to academy members)
    ハ23-00050 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (minutes of the general meeting of academy members)
    ハ23-00051 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (saishiryo (grant of money for funeral expenses) from the Emperor)
    ハ23-00052 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (academy member pension payment notice)
    ハ23-00053 / Document related to the Japan Art Academy (letter from the secretary-general to Katsuko)
    ハ23-00054 / Statement of no confidence in chairman of Nohgaku Kyokai
    ハ23-00055-* / Letters to farewell performance supporters
    ハ23-00056-* / List of people who promoted and supported farewell performance
    ハ23-00057-* / Message at the time of retirement
    ハ23-00058-* / Application for farewell performance membership
    ハ23-00059 / Large envelope of the Kyuen Kawasaki farewell performance office
    ハ23-00060 / Small envelop of the Kyuen Kawasaki farewell performance office
    ハ23-00061 / Letter of thanks for application for farewell performance membership
    ハ23-00062-* / Greeting from Kyuen Kawasaki for the farewell performance (Japanese paper)
    ハ23-00063-* / Funeral address (National Commission for Protection of Cultural Properties)
    ハ23-00064 / Certificate of the Third Order of the Sacred Treasure
    ハ23-00065-* / Posthumous title of Jushi-i (junior fourth court rank) from the Prime Minister
    ハ23-00066-* / Letters enclosed together with performance programs
    ハ25-00048 / Kyuen's portrait
    ハ25-00049 / Calligraphy "柳緑花紅" by Yoshimitsu Ko, Showa year 38 (1963) July / Shoko
    ハ25-00050 / Calligraphy "在乎素" by Yoshimitsu Ko
    ハ25-00051-1-5 / "Omokage" (title)
    ハ25-00052-1-3 / Chronological record of Kyuen's performances
    ハ25-00053-1-29 / Articles related to Kyuen
    ハ25-00054-1-23 / Duplicates of Kyuen's manuscripts
    ハ25-00055-1-25 / Documents related to omokage
    ハ25-00056-1-5 / Documents related to Katsuko Kawasaki
    ハ13-00154-1,2 / Isso School shoka (flute score) collection
    ハ13-00155 / Isso School fue-atamatsuke (flute score)
    ハ13-00156-1-4 / Showa year 26 (1951) edition "Morita-ryu Fue" (Morita School flute)
    ハ13-00157-1-5 / Showa year 28 (1953) edition "Morita-ryu Fue" (Morita School flute)
    ハ13-00158 / Taisho year 3 edition (1914) "Ko-ryu Kotsuzumi Tetsukebon" (Ko School kotsuzumi drum patterns)
    ハ13-00159-1-4 / Taisho year 11 edition (1922) "Ko-ryu Kotsuzumi Tetsuke" (Ko School kotsuzumi drum patterns)
    ハ13-00160 / Showa year 31 (1956) edition "Ko-ryu Kotsuzumi Seifu Jo-kan-no-ge" (Ko School kotsuzumi full score first "jo" volume)
    ハ13-00161 / Taisho year 5 (1916) edition "Okura-ryu Kotsuzumi Tetsuke Dai-ni-shu" (Okura School kotsuzumi drum patterns second collection)
    ハ13-00162-1,2 / "Kanze-ryu Kotsuzumi Tetsuke" (Kanze School kotsuzumi drum patterns)
    ハ13-00163 / Kadono School otsuzumi tetsuke (drum patterns)
    ハ13-00164-1-4 / Taisho year 14 (1925) edition"Kadono-ryu Otsuzumi Tetsuk" (Kadono School otsuzumi drum patterns)
    ハ13-00165-1-4 / Taisho year 14 (1925) edition "Kadono-ryu Otsuzumi Tetsuke" (Kadono School otsuzumi drum patterns)
    ハ13-00166 / Taisho year 14 (1925) edition "Kadono-ryu Otsuzumi Tetsuke Ji-no-maki Ge" (Kadono School otsuzumi drum patterns first "ji" volume)
    ハ13-00167 / Taisho year 3 (1914) edition "Kanze-ryu Taiko Tetsuke Shoryu-ido-ben" (Kanze School taiko drum patterns, comparison between various schools)
    ハ13-00168 / Taisho year 3 (1914) edition "Kanze-ryu Taiko Tetsuke" (Kanze School taiko drum patterns)
    ハ13-00169-1-3 / Showa year 7 edition (1932) "Konparu-ryu Taiko Tetsuke" (Konparu School taiko drum patterns)
    ハ13-00170 / Document related to "Jibyoshi-kenkyu" (research on Noh basic rhythm) "Jibyoshi-kenkyu-no Shiori" (guide to "Jibyoshi-kenkyu")
    ハ13-00171 / Kadono family enno-hikae (performance notes)