Aoi no Ue

[play] Aoi no Ue (葵上, Lady Aoi) is a Heian period Japanese Noh play based on an episode in the Tale of Genji and named for Lady Aoi, one of the novel`s characters. It is an example of the fourth category of `miscellaneous` Noh plays. Aoi no Ue was the first of many Noh plays based on the Tale of Genji. It is sometimes attributed to Zeam...
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Aoi no Ue

Aoi no Ue is also the title of a Noh play about her, translated as Lady of the Court, or in the modern version by Yukio Mishima, The Lady Aoi. ==In popular culture== Pioneering electronic music composers Joji Yuasa and Toshiro Mayuzumi both composed a piece entitled Aoi no Ue. Aoi Ue also appears as a character in the famous Salman Rushdie novel, ...
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