What does Kabuki mean in Japan ?
Kabuki is a traditional Japanese theater. In Kabuki, speeches, chant songs and ballet-like dances follow each other. Kabuki takes its subjects from the public and puts them on stage in a very rich and flashy manner, kneading them with modern comedy elements. In Kabuki, which was put forward by a nun in the 17th century, all male actors appeared in female roles before, now women are also included. It is played on a wide stage.