Noh changes with imagination | Tatsushige Udaka | TEDxKyotoUniversity TEDx Talks

The International Noh Institute

Udaka Tatsushige’s TEDxKyotoUniversity talk on Noh is finally available with English subtitles! Enjoy and let us know what you think!

Noh, a classical Japanese musical drama, is not just what you see with your eyes, but what see with your mind too! This talk/performance will show you that in interpreting Noh, imagination is your limit!

Tatsushige Udaka was born in Kyoto, and started his career in Kokata acting from the young age of three years old. He was trained by the 26th head of the Kongo School, Hinasori KONGO, as well as by his father, Michishige UDAKA. Performing since he was young, he has had extensive stage and teaching experience in Noh Threatre. He has travelled, performed, taught, and demonstrated Noh in Japan, South Korea, France, and the United States throughout the last decade. Currently, he is based in Kyoto.

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2 thoughts on “Noh changes with imagination | Tatsushige Udaka | TEDxKyotoUniversity TEDx Talks

  1. Thank you for this, but neither on the Kyoto University version nor the one posted on Youtube were there subtitles.

    Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2016 10:57:39 +0000
    To: mpduke1@msn.com

    • If subtitles don’t load automatically, click on CC at the bottom right of the YouTube video window. You should be able see them.

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