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Published on Nov 11, 2015
The scene takes place in the house of Jingoro, a wood carver. Jingoro celebrates with wine for the completion of the doll, Kyo Ningyo, which is a replica of Umegae, whom he fell in love with. Suddenly, Kyo Ningyo becomes animated. Since the first person she sees is Jingoro - a man- she moves like a man. Though distressed at first, Jingoro then has the idea to have the doll carry Umegae's mirror with her. For it is said that a mirror is a soul of a woman. Will the miracle work to make the doll become the beloved Umegae?
Craftman (Jingoro): Jinsho Fujima Dancers: Jinsho Fujima Qingoro), Sachiyo Ito (Kyo Ningyo). Costume: Sachiyo Ito and Mariko Suzuki.
Excerpted from a Kabuki play, Oyobanu Ude Hidari no Horimono produced in 1860, by Jisuke Sakurada III Music composed by Shikisa Kishizawa IV äs Yurushi no Iro Ayame Ningyo in 1842 Originally choreographed by Inosuke Nishikawa and Yoshizaburo Nishikawa