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Daimyo (大名)

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Daimyō (大名)

A character in kyōgen. While daimyō refers to someone with power, land and subjects, certain daimyō ...

Dan (段)

Dan is a segment of a Noh play. Noh is made up of a collection of dan, and is used in phrases such a...

Dashioki (出シ置)

Dashioki refers to when the actors quietly appear from the curtain to take their designated places o...

Deha (出端)

Used for many different types of characters, the order of the deha performance also varies greatly d...

Dengaku (田楽)

Dengaku, or “field drama” comes from when hayashi or songs were performed during the planting of fie...

Densho (伝書)

Books that have been in traditional Noh or kyōgen families for generations. Densho includes not only...

Dogi (胴着)

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Dokugin (独吟)

In Dokugin, one actor sits on the stage and chants the best part of the vocal. This does not follow ...

Dōgi (胴着)

A padded underwear worn between costumes and cotton undershirts. Most dōgi are lined kimono made of ...


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