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)

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)

Japanese Kabuki Theatre - I like the use of black as the background, creating drama, and also highlighting the colours of the Kabuki costume.

Japanese Kabuki Theatre - I like the use of black as the background, creating drama, and also highlighting the colours of the Kabuki costume.

See the World Through Pattern and Colour, fromthefloatingworld: Bando Tamasaburo by...

See the World Through Pattern and Colour, fromthefloatingworld: Bando Tamasaburo by...

This is a late Edo period (1860s) Kabuki costume made of Chirimen (silk crepe) and depicting Crows fighting amongst themselves in mid flight, using the Rozome (wax resist dyeing) technique.

This is a late Edo period (1860s) Kabuki costume made of Chirimen (silk crepe) and depicting Crows fighting amongst themselves in mid flight, using the Rozome (wax resist dyeing) technique.

Portrait. Beauty. Fashion. Makeup.  v/Flickr.

Portrait. Beauty. Fashion. Makeup. v/Flickr.

Crunchyroll - "One Piece" Luffy Gets Kabuki Costume Figure for July Release

Crunchyroll - "One Piece" Luffy Gets Kabuki Costume Figure for July Release

Kabuki Theater Costumes | Eubie Panache: Kabuki Costumes & Tamasaburō

Kabuki Theater Costumes | Eubie Panache: Kabuki Costumes & Tamasaburō

Kimono Reincarnate: Bookcase Tour Tuesday - Kabuki Costumes Paper Dolls

Kimono Reincarnate: Bookcase Tour Tuesday - Kabuki Costumes Paper Dolls

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

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

Kabuki  Costumes du théâtre japonais  du 7 mars au 15 juillet 2012         La Fondation Pierre Bergé

Kabuki Costumes du théâtre japonais du 7 mars au 15 juillet 2012 La Fondation Pierre Bergé

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