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Schools All five
Category The Fifth group noh, kirinoh-mono
Author Unknown
Subject Unknown
Season Summer (April)
Scenes Mount Shōryōzen in China (in present Shanxi Province)
Tsukurimono Two or three ichijō-dai (a wooden frame 6 feet in length, 3 feet 4 inches in width, and 4 or 8 inches in height, covered with gorgeous cloth) decorated with red and white peony flowers.
Characters Mae-shite (the first half lead part)
(or tsure: the companion of shite)
Woodcutter boy
Nochi-shite (the second half lead part) (shite) Lion
Waki (supporting cast) Monk Jakushō
Ai (interluding part) An ascetic
Masks Mae-shite (tsure) Dōji
Nochi-shite (shite) Shishiguchi
Ai Hanabiki
Costumes Mae-shite (tsure) a long black wig, mizugoromo (a type of knee-length kimono), kitsuke / nuihaku, koshi-obi (belt), and a fan.
Nochi-shite (shite) a long red wig, happi-style kimono, kitsuke / atsuita karaori (thick outer robes), hangire (a type of hakama), and koshi-obi.
Waki shamon-bōshi (a hood for high-class monks) or sumi-bōshi (a hood for regular Buddhist monks), kara (a piece of square cloth worn over other clothes by Buddhism priests), mizugoromo, kitsuke / kogōshi-atsuita (thickly woven kimono with small check patterns), hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), koshi-obi, fan, and Buddhist prayer beads.
Ai mizugoromo, kukuri-bakama (a style of wearing hakama trousers, tucking the bottoms up at the knee with string), and a pair of gaiters.
Number of scenes Two
Length About 1 hour and 30 minutes

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