NIPPON Kichi - 日本吉


日本舞踊 Nihon-buyou Japanese Dance

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Nihon Buyo (Japanese dance) is a general term for traditional Japanese dance but which now includes Kabuki dancing, Kamigata dancing, new dancing, and so on.
People dance to songs or music, and the origin of Nihon Buyo is Kabuki dancing by Okuni in Izumo, a founder of Kabuki in the Edo period.
Kabuki dancing is performed as an independent play or during Kabuki drama. It is otherwise called Shosagoto and performed on a special stage. On the other hand, Kamikata dancing is mainly performed in a Japanese-style room, and it developed in the Kansai area of Japan.
New dancing began in the Taisho period. People can dance freely to music, such as schmaltzy Japanese ballads, folk songs and popular songs.
Nihon Buyo is not only a traditional art but it has taken in modern music flexibly and continues to develope even

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