From 1537 (Tenbun 6) to 1598 (Keicho 3). He is a warlord of the Azuchi-Momoyama period. From a peasant to a world-renowned man, he is said to be “the best person in the Sengoku period.” In addition to being a talented military walord, he was also a large patron who supported the culture of the Momoyama period, such as architecture, painting, Noh / Kyogen, and tea ceremony. He was so fond of Noh that he was said to be “crazy Noh,” and he danced Noh himself in front of the emperor, and he himself made the leading role in Noh. Including the Noh, entertainment is mass that is transmitted to collect a large number of people and Hideyoshi is said to have attracted the force on the system side by becoming a patron of Noh and Kyogen. The Tokugawa family also took over this and protected it as a Noh ceremony music of the Edo Shogunate , laying the foundation for the transmission of Noh and Kyogen. In this way, Hideyoshi’s existence was very important for Noh and Kyogen.