江戸里神楽  | Edo Sato Kagura

江戸里神楽は、東京を中心にお祭りの際に神様に奉納する舞として、江戸時代から庶民に親しまれてきた伝統芸能。

古事記を題材にした演目や、能や歌舞伎、おとぎ話を素材にした演目を、面と装束をつけた演者が、笛、大拍子(だいびょうし)、大太鼓の演奏に合わせて演じる無言劇で、舞と身振り手振り、謡(うたい)と呼ばれるセリフによって物語が進む。

”Edo Sato Kagura” is a traditional performing arts that has been popular with the general public since the Edo period, as a dance dedicated to the gods during festivals around Tokyo.

A play based on Kojiki, a Japanese myth, a play based on Noh, Kabuki, and a fairy tale, with a face and costume, a non-word play played along with a performance of a large drum, a big beat, and a large drum. So, the story is advanced by a dialogue called dance and gesture, Uta.