Kabuki is a traditional form of theatre arts developed during the Edo period. It is known for its unique stylization of drama, stage make-ups, costumes, stage productions and usage of sound and music which were developed based on Japanese culture and customs. Kabuki is one of the three major classical theatre arts of Japan along with Noh and Bunraku, and is also inscribed on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists in 2005.
Kabuki for Everyone was established in 1992 by a Kabuki actor Manjiro Ichimura, to promote Japanese culture both locally and abroad through Kabuki. The programs are designed for those who are new to Kabuki and or unfamiliar to Japanese culture, which that various aspects of Kabuki are demonstrated in order to help audience understand Kabuki.