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Kanji for Kabuki

Japanese performance with centuries old tradition

Kabuki’s roots go back to an Izumo shrine maiden named Okuni who performed “kabuki” (the name taken from the word kabuku meaning to act in an unusual manner) dances in kyoto about four hundreds years ago. Kabuki is an actor’s theater and the actor’s skill is all. Many foreign observers have been drawn to kabuki for its women’s roles gracefully performed by male onna-gata.

Japanese kanji symbols for Kabuki

English meaning : kabuki
Japanese reading : ka bu ki
Script : kanji
Category : Aesthetic
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