Takinoh Kurusu Sakura


After the annual “Nanukabi Matsuri” on August 7th, Kurusu Sakura is performed. "Kurusu" refers to the name of the surrounding area and "Sakura" means cherry blossom tree planted along Myoken-jinja Shrine where the story of Kurusu Sakura is based on. This Kurusu Sakura is a Noh performance which was modeled from the 9th generation of the To Family, To Tsuneyori, who was the lord of this area during the middle age. In 1988, it restarted performing as a new Noh and continues performing every year. This Yamato area is a good place for making original puppet show and developing Noh performance.

Basic Information

501-4608 Yamato-cho, Gujo-shiMaki 912-1
Gifu Yamato Interchange10 minutes
Parking lots
Please use parking lots at Kokindenju-no-sato Field Museum (Ordinary cars 200 lots, bus lots available)
Telephone Number
Opening hours
7th Aug 17:00 -

Facility service


Not support

For those with small children

  • Nursing room
  • Diaper changing table
  • kids space

Barrier-free service

  • Wheelchair-accessible toilets
  • Ramp/elevator installed
  • omoiyari parking lot

For those with pets

  • Pets allowed
  • Space for pets available
  • Can be accompanied by a carry-on bag

Services for International Visitors

  • Foreign language menus
    English / Simplified Chinese / Chinese / Korean
  • Foreign language customer service
    ( English /Chinese / Cantonese /Korean )
  • Ingredient details in foreign language
    ( English /Simplified Chinese / Chinese /Korean )

Cashless support

  • Credit card
    ( VISA / MASTER / JCB / AMEX / Diners / Union Pay )
  • Electronic payment

Not only Takinoh performance, but also Miakashi-utsushi (Transporting fire) welcome normal people to join.

Neko chief editor

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