Japanese Noh dancers
|Caption||Japanese Noh dancers. They wear masks, and great use is made of the wide sleeves of the costumes they wear to indicate the personalities of the characters they are portraying. Original artwork for illustration on p11 of Look and Learn issue no 334 (8 June 1968). Lent for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
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|Keywords||Japan Japanese Noh dancers masks costumes sleeves dancing temple fan flute|
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