Pinterest

Explore these ideas and much more!

Uncle Oni Mask 311 Japanese Noh Style Fiberglass by TheDarkMask

Uncle Oni Mask 311 - Japanese Noh Style Fiberglass Art Mask Costume

Hush, Twin Light II, 2011, acrylic paint, screen print, spray paint, ink

Gallery: East Meets West in Hush’s Klimt-esque ‘Twin’ Series

Hush, Twin Light II, 2011, acrylic paint, screen print, spray paint, ink

Get This Look: The Secrets of Eclectic Interior Design

Get This Look: The Secrets of Eclectic Interior Design

Cotton dhurrie rug - Kabuki Cotton Printed Dhurrie from West Elm

http://24.media.tumblr.com/fc0832af1b40fb0749a45bb3933da835/tumblr_mmhbatKN8y1re0lrzo1_1280.jpg

http://24.media.tumblr.com/fc0832af1b40fb0749a45bb3933da835/tumblr_mmhbatKN8y1re0lrzo1_1280.jpg

#Samurai clutching katana. The Samurai was the highest social caste until it was abolished as part of the Meiji reforms in the late 19th century

End of the Samurai: Stunning portraits of Japan’s warrior class captures men at the height of their power before 19th century demise

#Samurai clutching katana. The Samurai was the highest social caste until it was abolished as part of the Meiji reforms in the late 19th century

Silk crepe Japanese Kimono, 1910-30. The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early 20th century

Silk crepe Japanese Kimono, 1910-30. The striking pattern of this kimono reveals the dynamism of Japanese textile design in the early 20th century

Awkward attention! The reality star turned heads as she pulled her car up to the valet at Kabuki Japanese restaurant

Kylie Jenner covers up on a rainy day in LA

Awkward attention! The reality star turned heads as she pulled her car up to the valet at Kabuki Japanese restaurant

samurai women... well i have no comment on what to think...what they were thinking.

samurai women... well i have no comment on what to think...what they were thinking.

Traditional Japanese Makeup: Kabuki Makeup. Obviously not for every day wear, this is a highly stylized art form to complement the symbols in Kabuki theatre

Traditional Japanese Makeup: Kabuki Makeup. Obviously not for every day wear, this is a highly stylized art form to complement the symbols in Kabuki theatre