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Rakugo in English: Toki Udon / Samurai (Audio CD)

by Katsura, Shijaku

Condition: Near Fine


Japan: Toshiba Records, 1994. (JPN) TOCZ-5124. One audio CD digital recording. No visible faults to surface in jewel case with light rubbing to panels, Near Fine. Rakugo ( literally "fallen words") is a form of Japanese verbal entertainment. The lone storyteller ( rakugoka) sits on stage, called Koza . Using only a paper fan and a small cloth as props, and without standing up from the seiza sitting position, the rakugo artist depicts a long and complicated story. (1.3 JM FO 42/5. Near Fine. Audio CD.
  • Bookseller: JWMah CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 75003
  • Title: Rakugo in English: Toki Udon / Samurai (Audio CD)
  • Author: Katsura, Shijaku
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Toshiba Records
  • Place: Japan
  • Date published: 1994
  • Keywords: Japanese Comedy Audio CD Rakugo
  • Bookseller catalogs: Humour and Satire;

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