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Kabuki for BeginnersKabuki for Beginners

Performance and PosesFun movements that you’ll find yourself wanting to imitate

Kabuki values its audience, and Kabuki performance uses various clever techniques to help the people watching to understand the plot of the story and the situation within a scene. Popular plays are staged over and over again, and ways of performing that were well received have been passed down over the changing times and gradually become stylized.

Performance Styles and Mie

“Ukiyozuka Hiyoku no Inazuma”
Act IV: Yoshiwara Nakanocho scene “Date Kurabe Kuruwa no Sayaate”
Fuwa Banzaemon Shigekatsu: Matsumoto Koshiro IX (Matsumoto Hakuo II)
Nagoya Sanza Motoharu: Nakamura Kinnosuke II
Ochika: Nakamura Fukusuke IX

National Theatre
November 2012 Kabuki Performance

“Ukiyozuka Hiyoku no Inazuma”
Act IV: Yoshiwara Nakanocho scene “Date Kurabe Kuruwa no Sayaate”
Fuwa Banzaemon Shigekatsu: Matsumoto Koshiro IX (Matsumoto Hakuo II)
Nagoya Sanza Motoharu: Nakamura Kinnosuke II
Ochika: Nakamura Fukusuke IX

National Theatre
November 2012 Kabuki Performance

Aragoto Mie and
the Ichikawa Family

“Kagekiyo”
Akushichibyoe Kagekiyo: Ichikawa Danjuro XII

National Theatre
January 1994 Kabuki Performance

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“Kagekiyo”
Akushichibyoe Kagekiyo: Ichikawa Danjuro XII

National Theatre
January 1994 Kabuki Performance

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