It is Noh that has been handed down from the Muromachi period to Kurokawa, Tsuruoka City, Yamagata Prefecture. It has been handed down from generation to generation as a Noh performing art dedicated to the local Kasuga Shrine, and it retains a tradition not found in the current fifth-class Noh. There are Jouza style and Geza style, Noh is No. 540, and Kyogen is No. 50. Noh mask used on the stage has 230, Noh costumes are in possession of about 400, Noh book has been left many also compounds. It is designated as an important intangible folk cultural property of the country as a very large and valuable folk performing art. It is often performed at Kasuga Shrine’s royal festival on February 1st and 2nd.