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Kurokawa Nō

Shaping the Image and Perception of Japan’s Folk Traditions, Performing Arts and Rural Tourism

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This study contains a detailed record of the history and development of Kurokawa nō, the processes of its transmission over the generations and its impact on the wider cultural life of Japan. <i>Kurokawa Nō</i> also offers an invaluable, authentic case study in the wider context of notions of Japanese self-perception and self-representation.

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