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Noh - Noh is the oldest dramatic art in Japan, having originally developed in the 14th century.
Noh is a major form of classical Japanese musical drama that has been performed since the 14th century. The drama is structured around song and dance. Movement is slow, language is poetic, tone is monotonous, and costumes are rich and heavy. Plots are usually drawn from legend, history, literature and contemporary events, and themes often relate to dreams, supernatural worlds, ghosts and spirits. One key element of noh is the masks the leading character wears.
Noh theater - Noh is the oldest dramatic art in Japan, having originally developed in the 14th century.
Noh theater 能 - Noh is the oldest dramatic art in Japan, having originally developed in the 14th century.
Noh (能) or Nohgaku (能楽) is a form of Japanese drama, that involves intricate dance, music and masks.
the Noh play, Japan
Noh mask, the 3 single lines of hair at the front of the hairline indicate a woman of enormous beauty
Noh Mask by nohtrainingproj, via Flickr
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temple of the fox Japan
Woven textile design from the 14th century
Japanese Noh theater contained ghost tales connected to Buddhist lore for warrior class, the samurai.
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