Kasuga Shrine is considered to be the birthplace of Noh performances in Sado. This Noh stage was built by Nagayasu Okubo, a former Noh actor and Deputy for Sado (later the first Commissioner of Sado), and it was the site of the first ritual Noh performance dedicated in Sado. The present-day stage was transferred, to where it now stands, from the Hamochi area, by volunteer members of the community in 2006. Besides the mysteriously beautiful Takigi Noh, Sado's local performing arts, such as the folk songs "Sado Okesa" and "Aikawa Ondo" are also presented.
|開催地||Kasuga Shrine Noh Stage|
|お問合せ||0259-27-5000（Sado Tourism Association）|
|料金||Adults 2,000 JPY / Elementary to high school students 1,000 JPY *At-the-door: Adults 2,200 JPY / Elementary to high school students 1,100 JPY|
|備考||*The performance programme is subject to change. The venue may be changed in case of rain. Please contact Sado Tourism Association for details.|