Noh masks of the Konparu school

The Noh masks of the Konparu school are a set of 47 noh masks formerly owned by the famous Konparu family of noh actors and playwrights, now part of the collection of the Tokyo National Museum. These masks span five centuries, from the Muromachi to the Edo period, and are designated Important Cultural Properties.


The Noh masks of the Konparu school are a set of 47 noh masks formerly owned by the famous Konparu family of noh actors and playwrights, now part of the collection of the Tokyo National Museum. These masks span five centuries, from the Muromachi to the Edo period, and are designated Important Cultural Properties.
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