Okuni, Kabuki Pioneer


It wasn't the most pleasant of settings- it was a temporarily dry riverbed. But in the 1600s, when the city of Kyoto was heavily regulated by the shogunate (military government), the basin of the Kamo River was an unsanctioned sanctuary for all kinds of unlicensed entertainers who set up shop when the water was low.

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