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Nogaku, traditional performances of noh and kyōgen plays, was once known as sarugaku or sarugo. The archaic terms are said to have their roots in the word “sangaku,” meaning “miscellaneous arts,” which included the non-native arts that merged with Japanese entertainment to become what it is known as noh today.

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