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    Kabuki costume
    The art of kabuki, a type of stylized Japanese dance-drama, is a fascinating reflection of Japanese culture. Although it started out as a type of dance, kabuki eventually evolved into a full-blown type of theater, where its performers wear elaborate costumes and apply elaborate makeup to tell a dramatic story. Kabuki costumes range from the simple and realistic to some of the most extraordinary and outlandish inventions in the history of world theatre.
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    Kubuki robe. Edo period, Japan

    yajifun貼交帳 (小忌衣(歌舞伎衣裳) 江戸時代 ...)

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    kabuki kamono

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    Japanese tradition design. "Kuruma". Kabuki's kimono. 黒地源氏車文様着付.

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    Kabuki theatre Uchikake, probably late 19th century.

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    Kabuki Theatre Costume, early 1900s Silk and cotton satin weave with silk applique, silk satin stitch embroidery, and metal wrapped thread couching Japan. Textiles & Costume | Allentown Art Museum

    Textiles & Costume | Allentown Art Museum

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    Kitsuke Garment (Kabuki Costume), Dragon and wave design on white plain-weave wool Edo period, 19th century, Formerly worn by Bando Mitsue

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    Japanese culture handbill of Ibara Municipal Denchu Art Museum, Japan

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    Edo period kimono in the Edo Museum, Tokyo

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    Bando Tamasaburo V as a child. Tumblr

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    Kabuki

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