Kabuki is one of the four classical arts in Japan. It is very popular and universal. It is also an art form that can best reflect the unique nature and aesthetic outlook of the Japanese nation. Kabuki is a typical national performing art in Japan. It originated in the early Edo period in the 17th century and developed into a mature drama in 1600. The actors are only male. In the past 400 years, he has been able to be handed down with simultaneous interpreting and drama.
Kabuki is a unique drama in Japan and one of the traditional Japanese arts. It is listed as an important intangible cultural property in Japan, and also as an intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO in 2005. Modern kabuki is characterized by exquisite scenery, complex stage mechanism, gorgeous costumes and make-up of actors, and all actors are male.