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Zo-onna mask for Noh theatre -  Depicts a mature young woman with a refined, peaceful, otherworldly expression. Often used for divine or otherwise supernatural female characters.

Zo-onna mask for Noh theatre - Depicts a mature young woman with a refined, peaceful, otherworldly expression. Often used for divine or otherwise supernatural female characters.

Kabuki (歌舞伎) Kabuki is a type of traditional Japanese drama performed using dance and music. This style of theatre evolved as popular and accessible entertainment for common people, unlike other forms of entertainment such as noh or bugaku which were reserved for the upper class. Kabuki is most often associated with elaborate makeup and costumes and exaggerated movements and speech, a style known as aragoto (荒事). However, there is also a style that emphasizes a more realistic look and acting…

Kabuki (歌舞伎) Kabuki is a type of traditional Japanese drama performed using dance and music. This style of theatre evolved as popular and accessible entertainment for common people, unlike other forms of entertainment such as noh or bugaku which were reserved for the upper class. Kabuki is most often associated with elaborate makeup and costumes and exaggerated movements and speech, a style known as aragoto (荒事). However, there is also a style that emphasizes a more realistic look and acting…

Kanji - Japanese calligraphy 舞  "Dance" (How cute, it actually looks like someone dancing!)  #kanji #japanese

Kanji - Japanese calligraphy 舞 "Dance" (How cute, it actually looks like someone dancing!) #kanji #japanese

Japanese Woodblock. Geisha holding Kitsune, or Fox mask - often found in Japanese folklore. On the favorable side, the Fox is believed to be the messenger of the God of Rice, while on the darker side, Foxes are said to have the ability to take the shape of humans, and trick and deceive them. The Fox is also said to possess Infinite Vision, an All-Hearing Ear, and the secrets of the souls of others. He is also said to have full knowledge of the Universal Past and Present.

Japanese Woodblock. Geisha holding Kitsune, or Fox mask - often found in Japanese folklore. On the favorable side, the Fox is believed to be the messenger of the God of Rice, while on the darker side, Foxes are said to have the ability to take the shape of humans, and trick and deceive them. The Fox is also said to possess Infinite Vision, an All-Hearing Ear, and the secrets of the souls of others. He is also said to have full knowledge of the Universal Past and Present.

Decorative Noh Theatre mask of Ko Omote depicting young beauty lady. Ceramic, gofun furnishing, from 1950's.

Decorative Noh Theatre mask of Ko Omote depicting young beauty lady. Ceramic, gofun furnishing, from 1950's.

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100年前の日本に起こった空前の写真ブーム「大正ピクトリアリズム」25選、躍動する歴史の記憶

Mask mardi gras mask theater mask by deepsouthtreasures on Etsy, $25.00

Mask, mardi gras mask, theater mask

Mask mardi gras mask theater mask by deepsouthtreasures on Etsy, $25.00

Tayuu and Kamuro in front of a Kohaku-maku, 1920s.  This postcard shows a Tayuu (Japanese Courtesan) and two Kamuro (Child Attendants) standing in front of a Kōhaku-maku (red and white curtain). A Kōhaku-maku is a type of decorative fabric panel used on various occasions in Japan, such as outdoor tea ceremonies. S)

Tayuu and Kamuro in front of a Kohaku-maku, 1920s. This postcard shows a Tayuu (Japanese Courtesan) and two Kamuro (Child Attendants) standing in front of a Kōhaku-maku (red and white curtain). A Kōhaku-maku is a type of decorative fabric panel used on various occasions in Japan, such as outdoor tea ceremonies. S)

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