Noh is a traditional form of theatre from Japan with approximately 650 years of history.

Noh performers sing and dance, wear masks and perform stories of fantasy on beautiful stages.

The Kyoto émoh Mask Studio produces a variety of émoh masks to be used on émoh play stages.

The masks are carved and finished only by one person in the process without anyone's help.

Making émoh masks requires not only technique but spiritual depth and concentration.

The Kyoto émoh Mask Studio passes down the techniques and spirit of traditional Kyoto émoh masks.

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