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Seijo Univ.
Hideo Imai
 Kabuki started from 1603
『かぶき者』=2 meanings
1. “strange things”
“the crazy ones”
“outlaw”
2.「かぶき」=傾く(lean)
 Dancer (歌舞伎踊...
(1629)
か ぶ き おどり おんな か ぶ き
女歌舞伎
(Women-kabuki)
男歌舞伎•
やろう歌舞伎
(Men-Kabuki)
若衆歌舞伎
(Youngman-
Kabuki )
400 y/o
1. 立役(Tachi-yaku)
Tachi-yaku represents hero who saves
woman’s life. They are usually young
and good-looking men. They are...
2. 女方(Onna-gata)
Male acts for female character with
lady’s voice, behavior and emotions.
3.お嬢吉三 (Ojou-kissa)
woman  man (thief)
[The picture was taken from 『三人吉三廓初買』]
Change
COLORS
In Kabuki, face colors are very
important to understand their
characteristics.
COLOR
Skin
Face
Paint
WHITE
RED
Skin
•Young
•Good man
•Handsome guy (いけめん)
•Noble (e.g. King, くげ)
•Bad man
or
•Energetic (e.g. 金太郎)
White-Blue
Brown
Skin
•Good man  Bad man
(disguise)
•Lower class
•Old man
•Evil
※Not famous actors
民谷伊右衛門 四谷怪談
Face
Paint
(Hero) (Villain) (Demon/Monster)
Three evidences
女歌舞伎
(Women-KABUKI)
男歌舞伎•
やろう歌舞伎
(Men-KABUKI)
若衆歌舞伎
(Youngman-
KABUKI )
KABUKI (1603~) < NOH (1375~)
<能(Noh)>
 Noh represents DANCE.
e.g.) 「能の舞(まい)」
踊り(=Dance)
<歌舞伎(Kabuki)>
 「かぶき者」= 「傾く(lean)」 Dance
かぶ
<Kabuki>
Stage
は
な
み
ち
SeatsSeat
<Noh>
Stage
はしがかり
Seats
Seats
resemble
•Presumably, Kabuki immerged from Noh.
However, both play have different way
to attract people.
•Both Kabuki and Noh still...
『歌舞伎の世界』, 1989, 藤波隆之(講談社)
『歌舞伎にアクセス』, 2002, 伊達なつめ
『歌舞伎への誘い』〜歌舞伎の歴史〜
http://www2.ntj.jac.go.jp/unesco/kabuki/j
p/2/index.ht...
Introduction to Kabuki
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Kabuki is well-known for Japanese traditional act. This slide covers the basic knowledge of kabuki, which may help your understanding of the play.

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Introduction to Kabuki

  1. 1. Seijo Univ. Hideo Imai
  2. 2.  Kabuki started from 1603 『かぶき者』=2 meanings 1. “strange things” “the crazy ones” “outlaw” 2.「かぶき」=傾く(lean)  Dancer (歌舞伎踊り) 歌舞伎踊り 『阿国歌舞伎図屏風』 (Kabuki-dance) かぶ
  3. 3. (1629) か ぶ き おどり おんな か ぶ き
  4. 4. 女歌舞伎 (Women-kabuki) 男歌舞伎• やろう歌舞伎 (Men-Kabuki) 若衆歌舞伎 (Youngman- Kabuki ) 400 y/o
  5. 5. 1. 立役(Tachi-yaku) Tachi-yaku represents hero who saves woman’s life. They are usually young and good-looking men. They are not evil and old.
  6. 6. 2. 女方(Onna-gata) Male acts for female character with lady’s voice, behavior and emotions.
  7. 7. 3.お嬢吉三 (Ojou-kissa) woman  man (thief) [The picture was taken from 『三人吉三廓初買』] Change
  8. 8. COLORS In Kabuki, face colors are very important to understand their characteristics. COLOR Skin Face Paint
  9. 9. WHITE RED Skin •Young •Good man •Handsome guy (いけめん) •Noble (e.g. King, くげ) •Bad man or •Energetic (e.g. 金太郎)
  10. 10. White-Blue Brown Skin •Good man  Bad man (disguise) •Lower class •Old man •Evil ※Not famous actors 民谷伊右衛門 四谷怪談
  11. 11. Face Paint (Hero) (Villain) (Demon/Monster)
  12. 12. Three evidences
  13. 13. 女歌舞伎 (Women-KABUKI) 男歌舞伎• やろう歌舞伎 (Men-KABUKI) 若衆歌舞伎 (Youngman- KABUKI ) KABUKI (1603~) < NOH (1375~)
  14. 14. <能(Noh)>  Noh represents DANCE. e.g.) 「能の舞(まい)」 踊り(=Dance) <歌舞伎(Kabuki)>  「かぶき者」= 「傾く(lean)」 Dance かぶ
  15. 15. <Kabuki> Stage は な み ち SeatsSeat <Noh> Stage はしがかり Seats Seats resemble
  16. 16. •Presumably, Kabuki immerged from Noh. However, both play have different way to attract people. •Both Kabuki and Noh still exist as Japanese traditional performance act. Thus, it must be necessary to inherit or protect these wonderful culture for the future generations.
  17. 17. 『歌舞伎の世界』, 1989, 藤波隆之(講談社) 『歌舞伎にアクセス』, 2002, 伊達なつめ 『歌舞伎への誘い』〜歌舞伎の歴史〜 http://www2.ntj.jac.go.jp/unesco/kabuki/j p/2/index.html Interviewee: Mr.Yonekichi-Nakamura, 中村米吉 (2014)

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