Umegae (Plum Branch), c. 1832

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The woman (shite) standing is the inn owner turned out be the ghost of the wife of the Noh musician Fuji. The man (waki) is a traveling monk who calmed the ghost down. Umegae is the title of the song sung by the ghost at the ending.

Umegae (Plum Branch)
Artist Life
1780 - 1850
Accession Number
Curator Approved

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