Kabuki make-up syndrome is a rare dysmorphogenic disorder characterized by peculiar facial appearance (resembling the make-up of actors in Kabuki, the traditional Japanese theatre), skeletal anomalies, dermatoglyphic abnormalities, postnatal growth deficiency, and mental retardation. Central nervous system dysfunctions, other than mental retardation, are rarely reported; they include microcephaly, brachycephaly, early hypotonia, feeding disorders, subatrophy of the optic nerves, subarachnoid cyst, cerebellar and brainstem atrophy, and epilepsy. These manifestations appear to be more common in non-Japanese patients. Reported is an Italian child with phenotypical appearance of Kabuki make-up syndrome and partial epilepsy who demonstrated polymicrogyria on neuroimaging. This article is the first report of a gyration disorder in Kabuki make-up syndrome. The relationship between epilepsy and polymicrogyria in this patient is discussed.