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Noh is the oldest of Japan's theatrical arts. It is a comprehensive art form, embodying not only music, dance and literary art, but also sculpture, dyeing and weaving, and construction arts. 能楽師・佐久間二郎
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Scene from Noh Dance Kosetsu (Japanese, active early 19th century) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1820 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper
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Tsukioka Kogyo Japanese, 1869-1927, Hibari-yama, from the series "One Hundred No Dramas (Nogaku hyakuban)"
Tsukioka Kogyo Japanese, 1869-1927, Chikubushima, from the series "One Hundred No Dramas (Nogaku hyakuban)"
Tsukioka Kogyo: 「能楽図絵」「呉服」
1500s Japan. One of the oldest surviving complete Kimonos. Kosode with Gold Leaf; alternating blocks of floral motifs. Kyoto National Museum: