Kabuki Essay | Kabuki and Bunraku Art

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Kabuki and Bunraku Art

Summary: Analyzes the Japanese art forms of Kabuki and Bunraku. Explores the differences between the art forms and describes how each expresses the identity of Japanese people.
As we know, Japanese culture is ancient, rich and assorted. It is considered a millennium culture, with lots of traditions and beliefs that make it very attractive. These traditions and beliefs are expressed, among other ways, through the performing arts, as: theatre, cinema, ballet, dance, etc. which somehow express the identity of the Japanese people. Within these performing arts we can find to BUNRAKU and KABUKI which belong to this kind of art, but they are two expressions very different from each other.

Concerning the set in scene, Bunraku consists in puppets which are handled each one by three people, who are behind the puppets and move them with the right hand from one side to another on the stage. In contrast, in Kabuki the actors are disguised to represent to women, men and animals.

Regarding the plot in each story, Bunraku´s plot is about...

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