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An example of Bunraku puppets. This was a form of Japanese theatre practiced as early as the Noh style. This could be a cool implementation for when Hamlet's play is performed.

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Osaka is home to Bunraku, an impressive form of puppet theatre native to the city. Bunraku has been performed for over 300 years and has it.

Japanese bunraku puppet. The costumes are designed by a costume master and are composed of a series of garments with varying colors and patterns. These garments typically include a sash and a collar as well as an under robe (juban), an inner kimono (kitsuke), a vest (haori) or an outer robe (uchikake). In order to keep the costumes soft they are lined with cotton. The process of dressing or redressing the puppets by the puppeteers is called koshirae.

Japanese bunraku puppet. The costumes are designed by a costume master and are composed of a series of garments with varying colors and patterns. These garments typically include a sash and a collar as well as an under robe (juban), an inner kimono (kitsuke), a vest (haori) or an outer robe (uchikake). In order to keep the costumes soft they are lined with cotton. The process of dressing or redressing the puppets by the puppeteers is called koshirae.

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BUNRAKU (文楽), also known as Ningyō jōruri (人形浄瑠璃), is a form of traditional Japanese puppet theatre, founded in Osaka in 1684. Three kinds of performers take part in a bunraku performance: the Ningyōtsukai or Ningyōzukai (puppeteers), the Tayū (chanters) and shamisen musicians. Occasionally other instruments such as taiko drums will be used.............

BUNRAKU (文楽), also known as Ningyō jōruri (人形浄瑠璃), is a form of traditional Japanese puppet theatre, founded in Osaka in 1684. Three kinds of performers take part in a bunraku performance: the Ningyōtsukai or Ningyōzukai (puppeteers), the Tayū (chanters) and shamisen musicians. Occasionally other instruments such as taiko drums will be used.............

Japanese Puppets Bunraku | Japan Photo Encyclopedia 2005

Japanese Puppets Bunraku | Japan Photo Encyclopedia 2005

杉本文楽 曽根崎心中

杉本文楽 曽根崎心中

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