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2010-11-25 05:27 | カテゴリ:Japanese culture
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Manzai(Wikipedia)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manzai

Manzai (漫才) is a traditional style of stand-up comedy in Japanese culture, which usually involves two performers (manzaishi) —a straight man (tsukkomi) and a funny man (boke)—trading jokes at great speed. Most of the jokes revolve around mutual misunderstandings, double-talk, puns and other verbal gags.

Boke and tsukkomi
Similar in execution to the concepts of "funny man" and "straight man" in double act comedy, these roles are a very important characteristic of manzai. Boke (ボケ) comes from the verb bokeru (ぼける) which carries the meaning of "senility" or "air headed-ness" and is reflected in the boke's tendency for misinterpretation and forgetfulness. The word tsukkomi (突っ込み) refers to the role the second comedian plays in "butting in" and correcting the boke's errors. It is common for tsukkomi to berate boke and hit them on the head with a swift smack, often with a pleated paper fan called a harisen (張り扇).

The tradition of tsukkomi and boke is often used in other Japanese comedy, although it may not be as obviously portrayed as it usually is in manzai.

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