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Shinjū yoigōshin, somemoyō imose no kadomatsu : bunraku / Kokuritsu Gekijō Geinō Chōsashitsu hen
心中宵庚申・染模様妹背門松: 文楽 / 国立劇場芸能調查室編
Bib ID 2074543
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Kokuritsu Gekijō, Heisei 2 [1990] 
東京 : 国立劇場, 平成 2 [1990] 
122 pages ; 21 cm. 
Series

Jōen Shiryōshū ; 297.

上演資料集 ; 297.

Notes

Dai 91-kai bunraku kōen--Cover.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Bunraku.
Other authors/contributors Kokuritsu Gekijō. Geinō Chōsashitsu
国立劇場. 芸能調查室

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