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Schools All five
Category The second group noh, shura-mono
Author Unknown
Subject Volume 11, “Konjaku Monogatari,” “Kiyomizu-dera Engi (Origin of Kiyomizu-dera Temple)” etc.
Season Spring (March)
Scenes Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto
Characters Mae-shite (first half lead part) Boy
Nochi-shite (second half lead part) Sakanoue no Tamuramaru (Tamuramaro)
Waki (supporting cast) Traveling monk
Waki-tsure (companion of waki) Following monks (two)
Ai (interluding cast) A man living in the town outside the gates of Kiyomizu-dera Temple
Masks Mae-shite Dōji, Jidō
Nochi-shite Heida, Imawaka, Mikazuki
Costumes Mae-shite a long black wig, mizugoromo (a type of knee-length kimono), kitsuke / nuihaku, koshi-obi (belt), a fan, and a broom of bushclover.
Nochi-shite nashi-uchieboshi (eboshi-style headdress for warriors), kuro-tare (a black wig with hair extending slightly longer than the shoulder), a white headband, happi-style kimono, kitsuke / atsuita with scarlet color, hangire (a type of hakama), koshi-obi, a fan, and a sword.
Waki sumi-bōshi (a hood for regular Buddhist monks), mizugoromo, kitsuke / muji-noshime (noshime -style kimono with no pattern), koshi-obi, a fan, and Buddhist prayer beads.
Waki-tsure Similar to waki
Ai nashiuchi-eboshi, mizugoromo, kukuri-bakama (a style of wearing hakama trousers, tucking its bottoms up at the knee with a string), and a pair of gaiters.
Number of scenes Two
Length 1 hour and 20 minutes

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