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昭和49年京都生まれ。東京藝術大学音楽学部卒。

重要無形文化財総合指定保持者。
大正大学客員教授。


観世流シテ方橋本礒道長男。

父及び故 片山幽雪(人間国宝)、片山九郎右衛門に師事。


3歳で初舞台、10歳で初シテを勤める。
大学卒業と共に、九世・片山九郎右衛門(幽雪)の許で内弟子修行を積み2001年独立。


能楽堂での演能の他、神社仏閣、商業施設などで幅広い世代に向けて「能」をより気軽に触れることが出来る能公演を企画、開催。

 

2017年に各国大使館向けワークショップ開催、六本木アートナイトに参加。
毎年6月に梅窓院開山忌にて能楽奉納。

 

謡・仕舞を教え、伝える事にも熱心で、各地での稽古活動のほか、「小さな子供のお稽古教室」も開き、幼少から日本の伝統文化である「能」に触れることによって「本物」を見極める目を養う機会を提供している。

Tadaki Hashimoto

Born in Kyoto in 1974, Tadaki Hashimoto is the oldest son of Kanze-ryu Shite Isomichi Hashimoto. He made his first appearance on stage at the age of 3, and performed the lead role of “shite” at 10. He graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, with a degree from the Faculty of Music. Hashimoto studied Noh under his father and late Katayama Kuroemon IX (Yusetsu), who was recognized by the Japanese government as an Important Intangible Cultural Property. In 2001, he became an independent performer.

To promote Noh to a broader audience, Hashimoto has organized these traditional performances in non-traditional settings, like at shrines and temples and commercial facilities. In 2017, he held a workshop for ambassadors and diplomats from around the world to Japan, as well as participating in Roppongi Art Night.

Hashimoto is also enthusiastic about teaching Noh singing and dancing, offering lessons regularly around the country. His special passion is teaching young children so they can discover this amazing art in an authentic and engaging way.

Hashimoto is a visiting professor at Taisho University. He is recognized under the umbrella of Important Intangible Cultural Property (which is applicable to all Noh actors due to the importance of the art)