This research sheds light upon feminine concert and its pieces related to Bugaku. While historical record of feminine concert in Japan first appeared in the mid-eighth century, this paper examines performance circumstances of feminine concert, based on Three Generations Chronicles of Japan. Feminine concert was performed at important court affairs, welcoming events for foreign ambassadors, and shows for Japan`s emperor. Kyokujukoteika, Sekihastutorika, and Shunteika of Togaku passed on from China, and Ayakiri of Komagaku from regions of Korean peninsula are pieces performed by feminine concert. Shunteike and Ayakiri are still performed today.