Takarazuka Revue, “Parisette”, c. 1930.
The Kawakami Theater performing “Okan” at Meiji-za, Tokyo, c. 1905.
Shintomi-za Theatre, Tokyo, c. 1920.
Tsubouchi Memorial Theatre Museum (“Enpaku”), Waseda University, Tokyo, 1947.
Aerial View of Yurakucho Theaters, c. 1935.
Tokyo Amateur Dramatic Club, c. 1910.
Dezome-shiki (“First event”), New Year’s Day, c. 1910 & 1960.
Hibiya Public Hall (Kokaido), c. 1940.
Asakusa Rokku (Theater Street), c. 1930.
Kabuki theater & actors, c. 1910.
Kokusai Theater, Asakusa, c. 1940.
Teruha, the “Nine-fingered Geisha,” c. 1910
Takarazuka Gekijo (Theater), Tokyo
Kitamura Trio, Tokio’s Foremost Equilibrists, 1917.
Tokyo Gekijo (Theater), Tsukiji, c. 1930.
Taxi Dancers, Tokyo, c. 1930.
Asakusa Rokku (Theater Street), c. 1910-1950.
Ernie Pyle Theater, Yurakucho, Tokyo, c. 1950.
View of the stage and interior, Kabukiza, Tokyo, c. 1960.
Kabuki Theatre, Tokyo, 1911-1951.
A Part of “Pleasure Land” at Asakusa Park, c. 1920.
How Faubion Bowers Saved Kabuki.
Meiji Theater (Meiji-za), Tokyo, c. 1910.
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