Hayashi Labo

Hayashido Laboratory Performance November 12! Agency for Cultural Affairs “ARTS for the future! 2”


Subsidized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs “ARTS for the future! 2” project

This performance, titled “Hayashido Laboratory,” is subsidized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs “ARTS for the future! 2” project.


This performance aims to nurture young Noh musicians and promote Noh music. Taiko drummer Rintaro Kawamura recently joined the troupe and boosts us to a new level.

Two taiko drummers (Watanabe and Kawamura) explain the features of the taiko and give stage tips. Two small drum performers (Yamato and Daiki Hayashi) play the same piece, “Tama-no-dan” from the Noh play “Ama,” in differing styles. Hayashido Laboratory features many exclusive, experimental presentations for you to enjoy Noh and its music from various angles.

This is the 6th “Hayashi Labo” – a great way to get up close and experience Noh music.

We look forward to seeing everyone there.


Date: 7 p.m. Saturday, November 12, 2022 (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.) Scheduled to end around 8:40 p.m.

Venue: Kashokaku Noh Theatre (160 Saihojicho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto / Exit 4, Subway Marutamachi Station on the Karasuma Line)

Performers: Shintaro Sugi, Yamato Hayashi, Hiroki Hayashi, Satoshi Watanabe, Rintaro Kawamura, Mitsunori Maekawa

Guests: Soichiro Hayashi, Takumi Terasawa

Program (includes explanations):

“Hayafue” (Subayashi)

“Momi-no-dan” (Subayashi)

Talk: “The secrets of the taiko”

“Maigaeshi” (Subayashi)

Talk: “The secrets of the kotsuzumi (small drum)”

“Tama-no-dan” (Kotsuzumi dokucho)

“Tama-no-dan” (Kotsuzumi itcho)

“Shishi” (Subayashi)


Ticket sales date: September 16, 2022 (Fri.)

Price (all unreserved seats): 2,000 yen in advance / 2,500 yen at the door

Ticket Information: Ticket Application Form *This form will be released on September 16.

By phone: Laboratory Manager: Yamato Hayashi tel 090-4297-6435 (10:00-17:00)

Other ticket sales: Ticket Pia, P code: 224299