Bando Tamasburo, Male Kabuki legend. Photo by Kishin Shinoyama. Despite being founded by a Miko (a female shaman), called Izumo no Ikuni, Kabuki actors are now all men. S)

Bando Tamasburo, Male Kabuki legend. Photo by Kishin Shinoyama. Despite being founded by a Miko (a female shaman), called Izumo no Ikuni, Kabuki actors are now all men. S)

Saotome Taichi (早乙女 太一), a well-known Onnagata (女形), male actors that impersonate women in Japanese theatre (kabuki).

Saotome Taichi (早乙女 太一), a well-known Onnagata (女形), male actors that impersonate women in Japanese theatre (kabuki).

[KABUKI KUMADORI ]  Kumadori is stage makeup worn by kabuki actors, particularly when performing in the bold and bombastic aragoto style.

[KABUKI KUMADORI ] Kumadori is stage makeup worn by kabuki actors, particularly when performing in the bold and bombastic aragoto style.

Japanese traditional theater, Kabuki I want to go to Japan just so I can see a real Kabuki show.

Japanese traditional theater, Kabuki I want to go to Japan just so I can see a real Kabuki show.

歌舞伎 on the web 『春興鏡獅子』kagami-jishi

歌舞伎 on the web 『春興鏡獅子』kagami-jishi

Bando Tamasburo, Male Kabuki legend. Photo by Kishin Shinoyama. S)

Bando Tamasburo, Male Kabuki legend. Photo by Kishin Shinoyama. S)

Bando Tamasburo, male kabuki legend // by Kishin Shinoyama.| Tamasaburo is a famous onnagata in Kabuki theatre.  Onnagata are the male actors who portray women (all Kabuki roles are performed by men).

Bando Tamasburo, male kabuki legend // by Kishin Shinoyama.| Tamasaburo is a famous onnagata in Kabuki theatre. Onnagata are the male actors who portray women (all Kabuki roles are performed by men).


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Bando Tamasburo, male kabuki legend // by Kishin Shinoyama.| Tamasaburo is a famous onnagata in Kabuki theatre.  Onnagata are the male actors who portray women (all Kabuki roles are performed by men).

Bando Tamasburo, male kabuki legend // by Kishin Shinoyama.| Tamasaburo is a famous onnagata in Kabuki theatre. Onnagata are the male actors who portray women (all Kabuki roles are performed by men).

Bando Tamasburo, Male Kabuki legend. Photo by Kishin Shinoyama. Despite being founded by a Miko (a female shaman), called Izumo no Ikuni, Kabuki actors are now all men. S)-japan

Bando Tamasburo, Male Kabuki legend. Photo by Kishin Shinoyama. Despite being founded by a Miko (a female shaman), called Izumo no Ikuni, Kabuki actors are now all men. S)-japan

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

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