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Language can sometimes be an obstacle for non-Japanese wanting to enjoy arts performances in Japan. In South Korea, however, artists are getting around this problem with theater programs that don’t use verbal elements.

One of these is the recent success, “Nanta,” which is a dynamic rhythm-based performance using kitchen knives, and another is a comical martial-arts show titled “Jump.”

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