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Schools All five
Category The First group Noh, Wakinoh-mono, Kōjin-mono
Author Komparu Zenpō
Subject Unknown
Season Spring (March in the lunar calendar)
Scenes Arashiyama in Yamashiro Province (Kyoto)
Tsukurimono a platform to erect an artificial cherry tree
Characters Mae-shite Old Man Taking Care of Cherry Trees
Nochi-shite Deity of Zaō Gongen
Mae-tsure Elderly Wife of the Old Man
Nochi-tsure Deity of Komori
Nochi-tsure Deity of Katsute
Waki Imperial Emissary
Waki-tsure Two or three Retainers
Ai Deity of branch shrine
Masks Mae-shite
Nochi-shite Ōtobide
Mae-tsure Uba
Nochi-tsure (Komori) Ko-omote
Nochi-tsure (Katsute) Kantan-otoko
Ai Noborihige
Costumes Mae-shite jō-gami (type of wig worn by the performer who plays the role of elderly male), mizugoromo (a type of knee-length kimono), kitsuke / kogōshi-atsuita (thickly woven kimono with small check patterns), hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), koshi-obi (belt), a fan, and a sugi-houki (broom of cedar)
Nochi-shite long red wig, awase-kariginu (lined kariginu-style kimono), kitsuke / atsuita, hangire (a type of hakama), koshi-obi, and a fan
Mae-tsure uba-gami (a type of wig used for the roles of aging women), kazura-obi (belt for a wig), mizugoromo, ironashi atsuita (a type of short-sleeved kimono mainly worn by male characters with no scarlet in patterns), kitsuke / surihaku (short-sleeved kimono, worn as the innermost layer of the costume of a female character), and a sugi-houki
Nochi-tsure (Deity of Komori) tengan (crown for celestial bodies and female court ladies), kuro-tare (a black wig with hair extending slightly longer than the shoulder), chōken (an unlined, long-sleeved elegant garment worn by dancing female characters), kitsuke / surihaku, hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), koshi-obi, a fan, and a branch of cherry tree
Nochi-tsure (Deity of Katsute) kin-kazaori-eboshi (eboshi-style headdress (gold)), iro-hachimaki (colored head band), unlined kariginu-style kimono, kitsuke / atsuita, hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), koshi-obi, a fan, and a branch of cherry tree
Waki daijin-eboshi (eboshi-style headdress worn by ministers), awase-kariginu (a lined long-sleeved style kimono worn by male characters especially gods and other dignified characters),kitsuke / atsuita, hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), koshi-obi, and a fan
Waki-tsure Same as the Waki
Ai Massha-zukin (a type of hood worn by lower-ranked priests), yore-mizugoromo (a long-sleeved garment with a transparent appearance, worn by male and female characters of lesser standing), kukuri-bakama (a way of wearing hakama trousers, tucking the bottoms up at the knee with a string), and a pair of gaiters
Number of scenes Two
Length About 1 hour and 30 minutes

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