1. kabukimono; Edo-period samurai who attracted public attention with their eye-catching clothes, peculiar hairstyle, and eccentric behaviorHistorical term
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2. Kabukimonoor hatamoto yakko appeared in Japan, between the end of the Muromachi era and the beginning of the Edo period,. Kabukimono is often translated into English as 'strange things' or 'the crazy ones', believed to be derived from kabuku meaning 'to slant' or 'to deviate'. They were masterless or wandering samurai or ronin, or men who had once worked for samurai families who, during times of peace, formed gangs.
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かぶき者 【かぶきもの】歌舞伎者 【かぶきもの】


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