Noh (Noh-gaku)
Noh is one of the oldest Japanese theatrical and poetical arts with drama, dance, and music, which started in the 14th century. It is comprehensive art form, including not only music, dance literary art but also sculpture, dyeing and weaving, and construction arts. The actors are putting on wooden masks of Japanese lacquer and are in colorful brocaded costumes. Every role is played by male actors.