Kabuki costumes are made with bold colors and patterns, it is said, to heighten the drama of the performance. Some costumes are quite heavy, weighting over 20 kilograms, and have the folds and layers that have to be carefully positioned when the actors sits down. Kabuki costumes are usually discarded after one 25-day theater run because the brilliant colors fade in the bright lights and they smell bad from all the sweat.

Tamasaburo (Bandō Tamasaburō V (五代目 坂東 玉三郎 Godaime Bandō Tamasaburō)

The ideas for costumes come from the foundation of ceremonial dresses from several centuries ago, although with some minor changes. Since the dates from which certain dresses came from are unknown, clothing from several different time periods may be used at one time during the same play. Clothing is usually bold in color and design, is made of silk and is very carefully embroidered. Even though they look very pretty, they are not over the top.

The ideas for costumes come from the foundation of ceremonial dresses from several centuries ago, although with some minor changes. Since the dates from which certain dresses came from are unknown, clothing from several different time periods may be used at one time during the same play. Clothing is usually bold in color and design, is made of silk and is very carefully embroidered. Even though they look very pretty, they are not over the top.

Noh integrates masks, costumes, and various props in a dance-based performance. Emotions are primarily conveyed by stylized conventional gestures while the iconic masks represent the roles such as ghosts, women, children, and old people.

Noh integrates masks, costumes, and various props in a dance-based performance. Emotions are primarily conveyed by stylized conventional gestures while the iconic masks represent the roles such as ghosts, women, children, and old people.

Noh Costume (Nuihaku) with Scattered Crests.  Period: Edo period (1615–1868).Early Noh costumes paralleled the everyday wear of the samurai; indeed, some costumes were military and court garments presented as gifts to actors. The costume of the shite changes according to the change in identity.

白繻子地丸文散模様縫箔 Япония <br/>В Нох костюм (Nuihaku) с разбросанными гребни

3304 - Athens - Stoà of Attalus Museum - Theatre mask - Photo by Giovanni Dall'Orto, Nov 9 2009

3304 - Athens - Stoà of Attalus Museum - Theatre mask - Photo by Giovanni Dall'Orto, Nov 9 2009

Close-up of a Chinese actress wearing theatrical makeup applying red lipstick and wearing a cap with floral and jewel decorations /  Digital Archive of Chinese Theater in California [1983?]

Close-up of a Chinese actress wearing theatrical makeup applying red lipstick and wearing a cap with floral and jewel decorations / Digital Archive of Chinese Theater in California [1983?]

In Roman theater, different costumes meant that person's role in the play. A purple costume identified a rich man Boys wore striped togas Soldiers wore short cloaks Red costumes indicated a poor man A yellow robe meant the character was a woman Short tunics indicated a slave A yellow tassel meant the character was a god

In Roman theater, different costumes meant that person's role in the play. A purple costume identified a rich man Boys wore striped togas Soldiers wore short cloaks Red costumes indicated a poor man A yellow robe meant the character was a woman Short tunics indicated a slave A yellow tassel meant the character was a god


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