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Prior to the development of Noh, Kan'ami was the head of a traveling troupe of performers based in [[Nara]].
 
Prior to the development of Noh, Kan'ami was the head of a traveling troupe of performers based in [[Nara]].
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He died in [[1384]], in [[Suruga province]], but was buried in Kyoto, at [[Shinju-an]], a [[tatchu|sub-temple]] within the compound of [[Daitoku-ji]]. His son Zeami was later buried there as well.<ref>''Kindai kabuki nenpyô kyôto-hen'' 近代歌舞伎年表京都篇, National Theatre of Japan (2004), 714.</ref>
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He died in [[1384]], in [[Suruga province]], having performed at [[Sengen Shrine]] there in Suruga just the previous day. He was buried in Kyoto, however, at [[Shinju-an]], a [[tatchu|sub-temple]] within the compound of [[Daitoku-ji]]. His son Zeami was later buried there as well.<ref>''Kindai kabuki nenpyô kyôto-hen'' 近代歌舞伎年表京都篇, National Theatre of Japan (2004), 714.</ref>
    
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==References==
 
==References==
*Thomas Hare, ''Zeami Performance Notes'', Columbia University Press (2008), 3.
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*Thomas Hare, ''Zeami Performance Notes'', Columbia University Press (2008), 3, 30-31.
 
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