Japanese lunch plate with ginkgo nut rice balls, steamed egg custard, and vegetables

「銀杏茶飯と茶碗蒸しのワンプレート」

Japanese lunch plate with ginkgo nut rice balls, steamed egg custard, and vegetables

BANDO TAMASBURO, MALE KABUKI LEGEND, BY KISHIN SHINOYAMA

BANDO TAMASBURO, MALE KABUKI LEGEND, BY KISHIN SHINOYAMA

After the tea ceremony of Kyo Odori (by milestone505)

After the tea ceremony of Kyo Odori (by milestone505)

KABUKI: this is a special cross-eyed effect that the actors start to learn from the age of three.

KABUKI: this is a special cross-eyed effect that the actors start to learn from the age of three.

Hassaku - An annual event of Geiko visiting their masters and tea house to show their appreciation with gifts, was held on August 1 in Kyoto, Japan

Hassaku - An annual event of Geiko visiting their masters and tea house to show their appreciation with gifts, was held on August 1 in Kyoto, Japan


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JAPAN. Tokyo. 1984. Ebizo, a famous Kabuki actor, in makeup for the character of Kagekiyo.  © Burt Glinn/Magnum Photos

JAPAN. Tokyo. 1984. Ebizo, a famous Kabuki actor, in makeup for the character of Kagekiyo. © Burt Glinn/Magnum Photos

week 5- Kabuki theatre makeup images All the angles and lines in this example exaggerate this characters meaness.

week 5- Kabuki theatre makeup images All the angles and lines in this example exaggerate this characters meaness.

Kabuki. I had a Kabuki doll as a child. Scared the living day lights out of me every night.

Kabuki. I had a Kabuki doll as a child. Scared the living day lights out of me every night.

Japan. Kabuki makeup. One of the most signifying traits of kabuki is the makeup. Colors painted on faces represent emotion. “…red lines are used to indicate passion, heroism, righteousness, and other positive traits; blue or black, villainy, jealousy, and other negative traits; green, the supernatural; and purple, nobility.” –Wikipedia

Japan. Kabuki makeup. One of the most signifying traits of kabuki is the makeup. Colors painted on faces represent emotion. “…red lines are used to indicate passion, heroism, righteousness, and other positive traits; blue or black, villainy, jealousy, and other negative traits; green, the supernatural; and purple, nobility.” –Wikipedia

Kabuki is a classical Japanese dance-drama. Kabuki theater is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate make-up worn by some of its performers.

Kabuki is a classical Japanese dance-drama. Kabuki theater is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate make-up worn by some of its performers.

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