Kabuki
Kabuki is one of traditional Japanese dramas and the origin dates back to around the beginning of the 17th century. Performances of Kabuki are complex art works composed of theater, classical Japanese dance and music. Kabuki is played by only male actors who are in magnificent Kimono and made their face up white, so both man and woman roles are played by male actors. In Kabuki, spectators are thought to customarily appeal to actors.