Bunraku – intangible cultural heritage

Autores

  • Yasuko Senda Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina - UDESC / Teatro Museo de Títeres El Alca

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5965/2595034701152016210

Resumo

Bunraku. Where puppets explain human emotions better than humans. Like Opera dei Pupi in Sicily, Italy, and Wayang in Indonesia, Ningyo Joruri Bunraku was designated a World Intangible Heritage by UNESCO in 2003 and enrolled on the list in 2008. It is one of Japan’s traditional performing arts, starting in the 17th century and continuing until today through Japanese history and culture. It combines narrative,  music, and puppets, each operated by three puppeteers. Because the puppets can show
human emotions on the stage realistically, people all over the world are interested in it.

Keywords: Japan. Bunraku. Puppet Theatre.

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Biografia do Autor

Yasuko Senda, Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina - UDESC / Teatro Museo de Títeres El Alca

Cursou Literatura Inglesa no Aichi Women’s College.
Ensinou inglês para crianças durante quinze anos. É associada à Unima, à England Japan Association e ao Nagoya Teatrical Pen Club. Autora de Treasurehouse of Karakuri Ningyo (1991); Karakuri Ningyo Maker Shobei Tamaya I to IX (1998); World of Karakuri Ningyo (2005); e Karakuri
Ningyo – Japanese Automata (2012).

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Publicado

2018-03-06

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SENDA, Y. Bunraku – intangible cultural heritage. Móin-Móin - Revista de Estudos sobre Teatro de Formas Animadas, Florianópolis, v. 1, n. 15, p. 210-219, 2018. DOI: 10.5965/2595034701152016210. Disponível em: https://www.revistas.udesc.br/index.php/moin/article/view/10596518091385011520162101059652595034701152016210. Acesso em: 20 mar. 2023.