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, , わざ, ぎ
technique, art, skill, move
, キ, わざ, わざおぎ
deed, skill
歌舞, 歌舞妓, かぶき
kabuki, Japanese classical drama
歌舞, かぶきざ
1. kabuki troupe, kabuki theater (theatre)
2. Kabuki-za (theatre in Tokyo)
, 妓女, ぎじょ
woman entertainer, prostitute
, ぎげい
art of kabuki
, 拘枳羅, 拘耆羅, くきら
See 鬼郭公, Obscure term
1. Asian koel (Eudynamys scolopacea)
See 時鳥
2. lesser cuckoo (Cuculus poliocephalus)
女歌舞, おんなかぶき
girls' kabuki
歌舞, 傾奇者, かぶき者, かぶきもの
dandy, peacock, early-17th-century equivalent of present-day yakuza, Edo-period eccentric who attracted public attention with their eye-catching clothes, peculiar hairstyle, and weird behavior
歌舞, かぶきげき
kabuki play, kabuki drama
地歌舞, じかぶき
amateur kabuki performed at local festivals
歌舞狂言, かぶききょうげん
1. kabuki play, kabuki drama
2. kabuki script
歌舞舞踊, かぶきぶよう
See 所作事
kabuki dance
歌舞踊り, 歌舞, かぶきおどり
early kabuki dance
若衆歌舞, わかしゅかぶき
young men's kabuki
阿国歌舞, おくにかぶき
Okuni kabuki, progenitor of modern kabuki, developed by Izumo Taisha shrine maiden Izumo no Okuni and popularized in Kyoto (early Edo period)
遊女歌舞, ゆうじょかぶき
See 女歌舞伎
harlots' kabuki, prostitutes' kabuki
歌舞芝居, かぶきしばい
kabuki play
江戸歌舞, えどかぶき
See 江戸狂言
Edo-style kabuki
上方歌舞, かみがたかぶき
See 上方狂言
kabuki in the style of Kyoto or Osaka
, ぎがく
ancient music
歌舞十八番, かぶきじゅうはちばん
repertoire of 18 kabuki plays
歌舞症候群, かぶきしょうこうぐん
Medicine term
Kabuki syndrome, Kabuki makeup syndrome
技癢, , ぎよう
itching to show off one's abilities
雑技, 雑, ざつぎ
performing arts, acrobatics
技能, , ぎのう
technical skill, ability, capacity
技量, 技倆, , ぎりょう
ability, competency, talent, skill, capacity
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