With a perspective view of Noh’s popularization, Noh ‘Takasago’ and ‘Utai’ were centrally researched in this paper based on how after the Muromachi(室町) era to the modern period accepted Noh. ‘Takasago’ is a one of the Noh pieces that have popularized throughout the Muromachi era to today. Noh has standpoint which known as an art only opened to a specific classes such as warriors. However, Noh has continued as the public entertainment, and especially ‘Utai’ was spread out to a mass culture. ‘Utai’ was first considered as basic knowledge among warriors, sooner or later it began to spread out to the public. Also, ‘Goutai’ was selected for an educational use at ‘Terakoya’ where they educated people. ‘Utai’ became popular in the entire region, and at parties or weddings participants commenced to sing a song ‘Suegen Utai’ which includes the meaning of the celebration. Even today, the Goutai ‘Takasagoya’ is a popular song at weddings. However, the Goutai ‘Takasagoya’ does not include any meaning of blessing in the song. Moreover, the song contained words such as ‘Shadow(影)’ and ‘Drift Apart(遠クナル)’. Instead, a Goutai ‘Shigainami’ included meaning of blessing and preferred to be use in any celebrational parties. Notwithstanding the meaning, why does ‘Takasago’ indicates weddings? The answer may found in the topic of Noh ‘Takasago’. Mainly, Sumiyoshi and Takasago‘s ’Aioi(相生)’ pine story, an image of a marriage couple who lived long and concorded together may reflected. After Muromachi, Noh ‘Takasago’ was found in a mass culture as the main subject. ‘Takasago’ has been a subject in ‘Utekoyagoutai engraving(寺子屋小謡図版画)’ by Utamaro(歌麿), Rakugo ‘Takasagoya(高砂や)’, Haikai(俳諧) by Dakai Kito(高井几董), and novels from Natsume Soseki(夏目漱石). Based on diffusion and fame of ‘Utai’, acceptance of Noh ‘Takasago’ in mass culture appeared.