Bunraku meaning

bo͝on-rä'ko͝o, bo͝on'rä'-
A traditional Japanese dramatic art form featuring large puppets operated by onstage puppeteers with a narrative that is recited from offstage. The puppets have heads, hands, and feet of wood attached to a bodiless cloth costume.
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A form of puppet show in Japan with nearly life-size puppets, each operated by two or three on-stage puppeteers, while dialogue and narration are spoken by performers just offstage.
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A traditional form of Japanese puppetry.
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Origin of bunraku

Japanese after the Bunraku-za theater built in the early 19th century by Bunraku-ken Oemurea (died 1810)