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Ubagami (姥髪)

One type of wig worn by the performers. Used for the roles of aging women. Almost the same shape as ...

Ubazuke (姥着け)

One way of wearing a costume. A kimono such as the kaori is worn in the kinagashi style and the both...

Uchiawase (打合セ)

A pattern of movements in which actors stretch out their arms, then join their hands together in fro...

Uchigumi (内組)

The Utaibon is the book of words (lyrics) and musical notation for the syllables, and when they are ...

Uchikomi (打込)

A form in Noh and kyōgen. After moving the fan held in the right hand to the right, it is taken in f...

Uchizue (打杖)

A stage prop. It is a thin stick carried by the character of a demon or ryūjin, a dragon god. About ...

Uki (ウキ)

The name of a musical scale for chanting. Uki appears between middle and high basic notes, between h...

Umewaka Troupe (梅若家)

One of Noh’s famous Shitekata Kanze troups. Tachibana no Moroe a, a government official in the first...

Utaibon (謡本)

The utaibon is the book of words (lyrics) and musical notation for the syllables (goma-ten and goma-...

Utaigoto (謡事)

A part of Noh performance consisting of utai (vocals), hayashi (music) and shosa (movement). There ...

Utsushi (写し)

A copy of an excellent mask or costume that has been passed down from ancient times. The creation o...

Uwagi (上着)

The costume worn above the kitsuke. In addition to long-sleeved uwagi such as the kariginu, happi, c...


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