Asian Cuisine, Neofytou Nicolaide 22, Paphos
"Sensibilities," the third section, gives an overview of the geisha arts--including the Edo aesthetic of iki [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the samisen
, the grand dances, the language of kimono--and closes with a chapter on Dalby's return to Kyoto six years later.
After she discovers Sasuke has been learning the samisen
, Shunkin, although only ten years old and still taking lessons herself, undertakes to teach him to play properly.
Some innkeepers are known to treat customers to a performance of samisen
music after dinner.
The nine include Sajio Hamada, 70, from Ino, Kochi Prefecture, who carries on the traditional skills of hand-made Japanese paper, Buncho Uji, 65, a samisen
player in Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, and Wakasanojo Tsuruga, 62, a Japanese puppet theater narrator in Tokyo.
At first it was chanted to the accompaniment of the four-string biwa (Japanese lute); with the introduction of the three-stringed, plucked samisen
(or shamisen) in the 16th century, both the music and the scripts developed.
He's also an excellent singer and samisen
Taira has become popular by singing the translated pieces to the tune of Dompan-bushi, an Akita folk song, accompanied by the samisen
and Japanese drums during his classes.
Japanese artists performed songs and dances accompanied by the drum, samisen
For instance, the council earlier this year hosted a salute to Fuji Television, which threw a dinner in the garden at New York's Museum of Modern Art complete with sushi and samisen
music played by kimono-clad women.
This radical collaboration of computer animated films features new characters and old friends from The Samisens
The 'ladies of Tokio!'--who ought to be playing their dear little samisens
and sitting on their dear little heels--where are they?