English commentary (by Paul M. Griffith) English menu, Region Code, All, NTSC. Performed in 1992-93, 95 minutes. Fuji Musume (The Wisteria Maiden) was first performed in 1826. The stage is competely dark, the opening lyrics emanate out, when suddenly the lights are turned on and we can see a tree, flowers and standing at the base of the tree with a branch of wisteria over one shoulder is the Wisteria Maiden. She dances with the flowers, then later the kudoki section contains a series of puns, and during Fuji Ondo, she accepts a cup of sake which first she pours away, then drinks and becomes slightly drunk, the most demanding section for the dancer. Also included are the dances Yukari no Tsuki, Yasuna, Aoi no Ue and Kane no Saki.