Japanese traditional dance
There are two main types of Japanese traditional dance: Odori, which originated in the Edo period, and Mai, which originated in the western part of Japan. Odori grew out of Kabuki drama and is more o...
Japanese traditional dance - Wikipedia
Butoh - Documentary
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Japanese traditional dance
Senju Japanese Traditional Dance Groupe.
Noh
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00045 Description: Nôgaku theatr...
Kabuki
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00047 Description: Kabuki is a J...
Bon Festival - BON festival video
Inspired by Obon, Japans traditional three-day holiday honoring ancestors and thanking them for the quality of life enjoyed by the living, The Morikami celeb...
Yosakoi - Video
Apresentação do grupo Mugen Yosakoi Soran dia 8 de junho de 2008 na Seicho-no-ie. Conheça a Família Mugen / Meet the Mugen Family https://www.facebook.com/Mu...
Noh - Documentary
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Noh - Video
Besides the dancer, the music group of Noh with 8 persons was divided into 2 even groups. 4 persons sing and 4 persons play instruments. The music is full of...
Kenshibu - Video
Uma super atração no Instituto Nikkei Kenshibu muito bom.
Kagura - Video
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Kabuki - Kabuki Theatre video
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00047 Description: Kabuki is a J...
Eisa (dance) - Video
this march is an annual event and part of the many eisa festivals throughout Okinawa during the month of August, the time of obon. This particular dance ta...
Butoh - Kazuo Ono, The Dead Sea
A short clip of butoh's co-founder Kazuo Ono dancing. Date unknown, approximately 1980 (no later than 1989), from the documentary Dance of Darkness by Edin V...
Buyo - Nihon buyo video
A beautiful Japanese dance called nihon buyo, performed during Tokyo Day in London, 31 January 2009.
Butoh
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Butoh
Butoh (舞踏, Butō) is a form of Japanese dance theatre that encompasses a diverse range of activities, techniques and motivations for dance, performance, or movement. Following World War II, but...
Butoh - Wikipedia
Buyo
Buyo may refer to:
Eisa (dance)
Eisa (Okinawan: エイサー Eisaa) is a form of folk dance originating from the Okinawa Islands, Japan. In origin, it is a Bon dance that is performed by young people of each community during the Bon fes...
Eisa (dance) - Wikipedia
Goshu ondo
The Goshu ondo (江州音頭, Gōshū Ondo) is a type of ondo (music), a traditional Japanese dance song. It originated in Shiga Prefecture which was formerly known as Gōshū. It is believed to have been...
Kabuki
Kabuki (歌舞伎) is a classical Japanese dance-drama. Kabuki theatre is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate make-up worn by some of its performers.The individual kanji, from l...
Kabuki - Wikipedia
Kachaashii
Kachāshī (カチャーシー), sometimes romanized as katcharsee, is a form of festive Okinawan folk dance. In Okinawa, it is often a feature of celebrations such as weddings and victory festivities after Oki...
Kagura
Kagura (神楽, かぐら, "god-entertainment") is a Japanese word referring to a specific type of Shinto theatrical dance—with roots arguably predating those of Noh. Once strictly a ceremonial art derived from...
Kagura - Wikipedia
Noh
Noh (能, Nō), or Nogaku (能楽, Nōgaku)—derived from the Sino-Japanese word for "skill" or "talent"—is a major form of classical Japanese musical drama that has been performed since the 14...
Noh - Wikipedia
Parasol dance
The Japanese Parasol Dance is an example of a simple Japanese dance that uses an umbrella. The dance is suited for girls making use of shuffling steps that is basic to a typical Japanese. The Parasol ...
Shirabyoshi
Shirabyōshi (白拍子) were female dancers, prominent in the Japanese Imperial Court, who performed traditional Japanese dances (the dances themselves were also called shirabyōshi). They danced dressed...
Shirabyoshi - Wikipedia
Yosakoi
Yosakoi (よさこい) is a unique style of dance that originated in Japan. Yosakoi started in the city of Kōchi in 1954, as a modern rendition of Awa Odori, a traditional summer dance. Yosakoi-style dancing ...
Yosakoi - Wikipedia
Soran Bushi
Sōran Bushi (ソーラン節) is one of the most famous traditional songs (min'yō) in Japan. It is a Japanese sea shanty that is said to have been first sung by the fishermen of Hokkaidō, northern Japan.Sōr...