Noh masks (能面 nō-men or 面 omote) are carved from blocks of Japanese
cypress (檜 "hinoki"), and painted with natural pigments on a ...
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There were originally about 60 basic types of noh masks, but today there are well
We are showing traditional Japanese Noh Masks (Noumen), Devil (Oni) Masks,
Kyogen Masks. We have been carving the over 220 historical character masks ...
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The Noh Mask Effect: A Facial Expression Illusion. The full-face masks worn by
skilled actors in Japanese Noh drama can induce a variety of perceived ...
Masks are an essential part of the Japanese noh theater whilst the actors of the
Japanese kabuki theater perform without masks. But there is one exception.
Noh masks, called omote (lit., "face") are very important props that are symbolic of
Noh as a masked drama. In documents surviving from the Momoyama period, ...
The word Noh means talent, skill and craft in art performance. Noh is the oldest
theater style played today. Noh is classical Japanese musical drama based on ...
Dec 4, 2015 ... Noh theater and its distinctive masks developed during the Muromachi period (
1336-1573) and influenced many other Japanese traditions, ...
Noh Derived from the Japanese word for "skill" or "talent" Noh is a major form of
.... The Noh masks portray female or nonhuman (divine, demonic, or animal) ...