2013/06/23

Kabuki

Kabuki is one of the major types of classical theater in Japan. It was developed as a form of popular entertainment for common people in the Edo period. The history of kabuki began in the early Edo period when Izumo no Okuni, possibly a miko of Izumo Taisha, began performing a new style of dance drama.

Time has passed, Kabuki’s rule was changed, male actors played both female and male characters. And now, Kabuki is very popular from foreign tourists.


See also
*Japanese
*Chinese
*List of Japanese culture


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