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

yan-wo: “ Sea of Shoes: Bando Tamasburo, male kabuki legend, by Kishin Shinoyama ”

arelativenewcomer: “ Costumes of high-ranking courtesans, oiran, are among the most spectacular in kabuki. They are characterised by extravagance and effusion of colours and patterns. At the first...

Bandō Tamasaburō V (b. is a Kabuki actor, and the most popular and celebrated onnagata (an actor specializing in female roles) currently on stage

arelativenewcomer: “ Costumes of high-ranking courtesans, oiran, are among the most spectacular in kabuki. They are characterised by extravagance and effusion of colours and patterns. At the first...

Bandō Tamasaburō V (b. is a Kabuki actor, and the most popular and celebrated onnagata (an actor specializing in female roles) currently on stage

Kabuki Theater actors

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Theatre Kabuki, Bando Tamasaburo V in Japan in 1996 - Onnagata art (actor playing a female role): Bando Tamasaburo V plays a courtesan during her soloist show. Theatre of Uchiko.

Theatre Kabuki, Bando Tamasaburo V in Japan in 1996 - Onnagata art (actor playing a female role): Bando Tamasaburo V plays a courtesan during her soloist show. Theatre of Uchiko.

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