Numerology information Atsumori:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma


Songs about Atsumori:

songsAtsumori by Neotokyo from the Album Shared

songsAtsumori by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album Kabuki & Other Traditional Music

songsAtsumori by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album Kabuki and Other Traditional Music

songsAtsumori by Junko Ueda from the Album Japon: L'épopée des Heike - Japan: The Epic of the Heike

songsThe Death of Atsumori San by Riley Lee from the Album Dreams Are Forever

songsHeikyoku Seicyou Heike Biwa Fushimono Atsumori Saigo by Tsutomu Arao from the Album Heikyoku Seicyou Heike Biwa Fushimono Atsumori Saigo

songsTaira No Atsumori Gekka No Fue by Shiotaka Kazuyuki from the Album Sarasouju Two


Books about Atsumori:

booksAtsumori (Imago Mundi Book 6) by Zeami Motokiyo and Massimo Cimarelli (Sep 11, 2012)

booksAtsumori no hagi: Kami to hito to no deai (Japanese Edition) by Takahisa Kato

booksAtsumori (A Play) by Zeami and Royall Tyler (1993)

booksPopular flower spring 1999 Spring Run hepatica, Atsumori-calanthe (1999) ISBN: 4884922328 [Japanese Import] by unknown (0010)

booksHorobi no bi "Atsumori": Suma, Ichinotani, Sumadera (Japanese Edition) by Ginin Koike (1000)

booksAtsumori (Noh Performance Guide, Volume 5) by Monica Bethe, Richard Emmert and Karen Brazell (1995)

booksAtsumori (JAPANESE THEATER) by Seami Motokiyo (trans. By Arthur Waley) (1921)


Wiki information Atsumori:

Play, Written Work

Atsumori is a Japanese Noh play by Zeami Motokiyo which focuses on Taira no Atsumori, a young samurai who was killed in the Genpei War, and his killer, Kumagai Naozane. Atsumori's death is portrayed tragically in the Heike monogatari, from which this...

Taira no Atsumori
Deceased Person, Person, Family member

Taira no Atsumori was a samurai famous for his early death in single combat. At the Battle of Ichi-no-Tani, Atsumori engaged Kumagai Naozane, an ally of the Minamoto, and was killed. Kumagai had a son the same age as Atsumori. Kumagai's great remorse...