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Published on Jan 14, 2010
Fuji Musume (Wisteria Maiden) is a Kabuki dance, first staged in 1826. The section is the entrance dance. On a clear day in May wisteria are in full bloom. Nearby is a pine tree. The heroine, a maiden with a spring of wisteria was inspired by a famous drawing called ohtsu-e. The young maiden represents a spirit of wisteria- and lovelorn emotions, and the pine tree is the beloved one the wisteria longs for.