1363 (Sadaharu 2)? ~ 1443 (Kakitsu 3)? .. He is a Noh actor and creator in the early Muromachi period. His name is Motokiyo, and his common name is Saburo. The eldest son of Kan’ami , the second generation Kanze Daio. Along with his father, he is a master of Noh and is sometimes called “the king of Noh.” He seemed to be an outstanding beautiful child, and gained the favor of Yoshimitsu Ashikaga, and all the warlords around him supported him. Father after the death, joining the Kanze style, in order to develop a style that competes with other styles he wrote a famous Noh book as “Fuushi Kaden” . However, when the shogun- commander moved from Yoshimitsu and Yoshimochi to Yoshinori, the interest for Zeami style was lost. Zeami in his later years, after he lost his son Motomasa and Motoyoshi, and was swept away by the shogun’s instinct to Sado, and he seems to have died unfortunately. But he is always also highly regarded as a Noh actor, and many of the famous songs currently being performed, such as “Takasago,” “Kiyotsune,” “Izutsu,” “Kinuta,” and “Fusion,” are considered to be Zeami’s works.