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Lakh Run
Run and Duck faces
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 1 year, 3 months ago
Rating: General

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1 year, 3 months ago
Have you ever celebrated Halloween in Japan? Well, you will be probably NO but If can; then you should celebrate it in Japan at least once in a lifetime. Let me tell you a short story. Last year, I spent Halloween in Japan. I attended a Japanese Kabuki theatre event which is stuck in my mind since that day. It was such an exceptional experience as I have never seen a theatre performance like that. Kabuki is a traditional style of Japanese theatre. It is a theatrical style with a very rich history. Originating from the 1600s it’s incorporated the social topics of that time and even after many renditions, sanctions from leaders, and changes it is still as popular as ever. One of the most popular or characteristic features of kabuki theatre is definitely the masks that are used. The word kabuki means “out of the ordinary” and without the use of these exaggerated masks and makeup theatre wouldn’t be the same. Their masks were adding spice to performance. As an American liked the Joker mask most. They were wearing different kinds of jocker masks. Horror Pennywise Joker Mask was one of the best. Due to excessive obsession I bought plenty of kabuki masks.
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