Bugaku Emaki (copy)
Kumagai Tetsuya Shunteika
Kumagai Tetsuya Genjoraku
Shomyo Textbook : Juichimen Kannon Koshiki
Gagaku Scores : Sango Yoryaku, Jinchiyoroku
Costume for Gagaku Musicians "Hanpi" "Sashinuki" "Shitagasane"
Costume for Urayasu no mai
Scale Model of the Bugaku Stage
Bugaku Mask for Nasori (copy)
Bugaku Costume for Nasori
Gigaku Mask Daikohu (copy)
Gigaku Mask Konron (copy)
Gigaku Mask Kongo (copy)
Okina Mask "Kokushiki-jo" Kyogen Masks "Buaku," "Usofuki"
Book of Noh props
Daisenji Engi (copy)
Kyogen zu harimaze Byobu (Scenes from Kyogen Performances)
Noh and Kyogen pictures
Model of Noh Stage
Karuta (Playing Cards) Featuring Scenes from Noh Performances
Cut-out papers for Shiiba Kagura
Noh Mask "Okina"
Noh Costume "Karaori"
Noh Mask "Shakumi"
Noh Costume "Karaori" (copy)
Noh Mask "Koomote"
Picture of Kobukuji Takigi Noh (copy painted by Tsubouchi Shoyo)
Fukuo Sesshin Okina
Shishi Mask for Hayachine Kagura
中尊寺 故実式三番手数（こ しつ しき さん ばん て かず）
Headpieces for Oji Dengaku
Certificate of Important Intangible Cultural Asset for Kawasaki Kyuen
Costume for a Noh Musician Kawasaki Kyuen
Programme of a Noh Performance
Plan for the Noh Stage in Edo Castle
Noh Script in Koetsu-style
Kyogen Costume for the Roles of Daimyo
Ise Monsui Kyogen zu Byobu
Noh Mask "Shojo"
Noh Mask "Onna Masukami"
Noh Costume "Maiginu"
Noh Costume "Choken"
Noh Costume "Atsuita"
Noh Costume "Hangiri"
Noh Costume "Happi"
Noh Mask "Kotobide"
Noh Costume "Kariginu"
Noh Mask "Chujo"
Costume, Headpiece, and Drum for Motsuji Ennen
Saito betto Sanemori
Set Designs of Shimpan utazaimon
Hibariyama koseki no matsu
Picture of Datemoyo kasane monogatari
Picture of Early Joruri Theatre
Signboard of Toyotake Yamashiro no shojo
Honcho nijushi-kou; Katsura-gawa renri no shigarami; Meiboku sendai hagi
Desk of Chikamatsu Monzaemon (copy)
Shamisen of Wakamatsu Musashi no daijo "Suzumushi"
Puppet from Awaji Island-"Miyuki"
Puppets from Sado Island
Bunraku Puppet Actors List
Shamisen of Tsurusawa Seiroku IV-"Takitsuse"
Byobu with Bunraku Puppet Actors' Autographs
Kendai of Toyotake Yamashiro no shojo
Letter from Takemoto Osumidayu IV to Sugiyama Shigemaru
Kaga no umi bunji no aranami
Keikobon Ichi no tani futaba-gunki , nagashi no eda
Marionette "Yaoya Oshichi"
Keikobon (Shamisen Practice Text), Yuzu dainenbutsu
Imamukashi ayatsuri nendaiki
Picture of Chikamatsu Monzaemon (copy)
Manuscript by Chikamatsu Monzaemon Heike nyogo no shima
Letter of Chikamatsu Monzaemon
Pictures of Takeda karakuri
Nandaimon aki no higan
Portrait of Takemoto Gidayu I with a Legend of Gidayu by Takemoto Masatayu III
Manuscript by Kawatake Mokuami Kurotegumi Sukeroku
Segawa Joko III Sketch of a Picture Signboard
Ichikawa Danjuro VIII Hyotan (A Gourd)
Ippitsusai Buncho Azuma Tozo II as Tori-uri (a Bird Seller)
Ehon of Original Paintings of Scenes from Kabuki Plays
Ehon (Illustrated Play Booklet) for Hatsuhikage maizuru soga
Kaomise banzuke (Playbill for an Opening of the Theatre Season), at the Ichimura-za Theatre, November, 1712
Yakusha hyobanki (Repute of Actors), Ogakuzu
Painting of a Young Actor
Oshiguma of Sugawara denjyu tenarai kagami (Kuruma biki)
Hand Propeties for Kagamijishi: A Pair of Hand-held Lion Puppets of Onoe Kikugoro VI
A pair of Six-fold Byobu with Pictures of Various Backstage Scenes from the Osaka Theatre
Signboard for the Morita-za Theatre
Nishizawa Ippo's Scrapbooks
Utagawa Kunisada I Shitenno oedo no Kaburaya
Torii Kiyonaga Picture Signboard of Junshoku Yaoya Oshichi
Four-fold Byobu Illustrating the inside of the Ichimura-za Theatre
Byobu of Miyako Mandayu-za Theatre
Doll of "Duan Yu"
Onoe Shoroku I Doll of "Shoki"
Yakuwari banzuke, Taiheiki hachiban Tsuzuki
Hana-gasa for "Watari-byoshi" at Hirakawa, Okayama
Shishi-gashira (Deer's Head) for Shishi-odori Dance at Tanohata, Iwate
Nanjo-odori (Manuscript for Nanjo-odori Dances)
Furyu-odori zu (Picture Album of Furyu-odori Dances)
Costume for Nakamura Utaemon VI as Asako in Kirishitan Dojoji
Oshiguma of Onoe Shoroku II and Onoe Tatsunosuke I in Renjishi
Excerpted Scripts for Onoe Kikugoro VI
Sketchbooks of Wigs for the Kabuki Plays by Matsuda Seifu
Set Design by Tanaka Ryo
Jimbaori (Battle Surcoat) for Nakamura Kichiemon I as Kato Kiyomasa in Zoho momoyama monogatari
Calligraphy by Nakamura Baigyoku III on the Stage during a Performance of Kuzu no ha
Ichikawa Sadanji II's Dressing Table
Oshiguma with an Illustration of a Parasol by Ichimura Uzaemon XV in Sukeroku
Costume for Onoe Baiko VI as Mashiba in Ibaraki
Kamakura-ogi Used by Ichikawa Danjuro IX in Takatoki
Oshiguma of Nakamura Utaemon V in Kyoganoko musume Dojoji *Oshiguma: A copy of Kumadori (a style of Kabuki makeup), created by pressing an actor's face on paper or cloth
Model of the Kabuki-za Theatre
The Announcement of the Opening of the Tokyo-za Theatre and the Picture Signboard of Kokusenya kassen
Letter from Onoe Kikugoro V to Sanyutei Encho
Ceramic Pillow Used by Kyokutei Bakin
"Ningyo no zu": A Flier of a Marmaid
Shamisen thought to have been used by Tamagiku
Shamisen with the Inscription "Kikugo"
Hand-warmer Used at the Morita-za Theatre
Manuscript by Kawatake Mokuami Hatsunobori Kashiwa no hagasane
Kabuki Background Music Score for Hibariyama himesutematsu and Kohada no kaii ame mo furunuma
Script for Keisei ide no yamabuki
Manuscript by Sakurada Jisuke I Heike Hyobanki
Byobu with Six Comic Haiku written by Ichikawa Danjuro VII
Utagawa Kunisada I Sketches for Chushingura
Utagawa Toyokuni I, with a Handwritten Poem by Ota Shokusanjin shibaraku
Katsukawa Shunsho Sketch for a Kabuki Scene
Shamisen thought to have been used by Kataoka Nizaemon VII
Old Nagauta Libretto Cherished by Rokugo Shinzaburo
Costume Script of the Miyako-za Theatre
Tsuji banzuke (Street Poster) for Kanadehon chushingura
Yakuwari banzuke (Cast Book), Miura asaina ganseki wari
Eiri kyogenbon (Illustrated Play Scenario), Sanze Dojoji
Ippitsusai Buncho Ichimura Uzaemon Ⅸ as Shigemori and Otani Hiroji Ⅲ as Kagekiyo
Amata kyakusyoku－jyo (Scrapbooks for Theatre Materials of Osaka Kabuki)
Costume thought to have been used by Bando Mitsugoro Ⅲ
Kawanabe Kyousai Theatre Curtain of the Shintomi－za, with an Impromptu Sketch Monsters
Koshiji Fubuki’s Dressing Table
Costume for the Beijing Opera (HongDuanRongXiujiajinkao)
Mr. William Shakespear’s Comedies, Histories and Tragedies.
The Oldest Existing Japanese-made Film Projector