From 1551 (Tenbun 20) to 1616 (Genwa 2). An amateur Noh actor who was a Buddhist priest at Honganji Temple from the end of the Warring States period to the beginning of the Edo period. Also known as Nakataka, Nakayuki, Yoriyuki, and Nakayasu, the legal name is sexuality and the stage name of Noh is Shou. In the pedigree Shimotsuma family who served in generations of Honganji, get prestige, such as Nobunaga Oda pretige from that excelled in diplomacy all excited, by the time the 31-year-old his monk position was promoted to the best position of Hoin. Relations with Noh was that he saved the seriously injured Konparu Honkan and he studied under Konparu and received the secrets of the Konparu style one after another and he worked on the stage more than the lord of each role, and wrote a message and Noh forms. According to his performance record “Noh Book”, he has performed nearly 1200 Noh plays in about 30 years until his death at the age of 66. He had taught Noh to various daimyo including Hidetsugu Toyotomi, and performed Noh in palace of the emperor and more though he was an amateur to become Noh actor who represented the times.