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The traditional Japanese art form of kabuki made its debut Friday night on the Las Vegas Strip at the famed Fountains of Bellagio.

Not the typical kabuki staging of the more than 400-year-old traditional art, the kabuki play “Koi-Tsukami” (“Fight With a Carp”) received a Las Vegas-style production with high tech upgrades giving the traditional art a new flair.

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