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Japanese Mask | EIYO KIMONO Oriental, Japanese Folklore, Japanese Yokai, Japanese Traditional, Japanese Mythology, Japanese Mask, Japanese Culture, Japanese Illustration, Japanese Drawings

Japanese Folklore by Hamsterosis on DeviantArt | Masks has a huge presence in Japanese culture and folklore. You can’t appreciate Japanese culture without exploring and understanding the meaning of their masks. Let’s explore the traditional Japanese masks: Japanese kitsune masks, Japanese oni masks, Japanese tengu masks, Japanese samurai masks, Japanese hannya masks. Not to forget about kabuki masks, demon masks, tengu masks, and cat masks. #JapaneseMasks #JapaneseArt #JapaneseMasksMeaning

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Heather Galloway
Geishas, Karate, Basic Japanese Words, Japanese Words And Meanings, Japanese Language Lessons, Japanese Language, Japanese Language Learning, Japanese Geisha, Japanese Words

Japanese culture is unique in that the country has many things that other countries do not. One example of those is the geisha, female entertainers with meticulous training and sophisticated appearance. Many foreigners mistook them for traditional prostitutes, which is significantly inaccurate. Hence, to avoid misunderstanding, let’s talk about them and everything about them: Check […]

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Shibaraku The name of the superhero or the context of the scene depends on the producers of the program but it was always the same pattern: an evil plotter about to kill some innocent people, who are rescued by a superhero acting in the aragoto style. The superhero was usually played by actors belonging or related to the Ichikawa Danjûrô line. The current version of "Shibaraku" was designed by Ichikawa Danjûrô IX during the Meiji era. Aikido, Samurai, Japanese Oni, Japanese Traditional, Japanese Culture, Japanese, Japan Art, Maneki Neko, Asian Art

Shibaraku The name of the superhero or the context of the scene depends on the producers of the program but it was always the same pattern: an evil plotter about to kill some innocent people, who are rescued by a superhero acting in the aragoto style. The superhero was usually played by actors belonging or related to the Ichikawa Danjûrô line. The current version of "Shibaraku" was designed by Ichikawa Danjûrô IX during the Meiji era.

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Winnie Cappucci