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Plays DataBase Okina : Details StoryDataPhotoStory

Schools All five
Category None (this piece is a unique and sacred piece which does not belong to any category. It is said that “Okina is a Noh play yet it isn’t.”)
Author -
Subject -
Season -
Scenes -
Tsukurimono -
Characters Shite Okina
Tsure Senzai
Ai Sanba-sō
Men-bako (mask bearer)
Masks Okina hakushiki-jō (okina-men) [used exclusively for this play]
Sanba-sō kokushiki-jō [used exclusively for this play]
Costumes Okina okina-eboshi (eboshi style headdress), okina-kariginu (kariginu-style kimono), kitsuke / Shira-aya (white silk twill), sashinuki (a pair of long hakama style trousers tucked at the knee by strings), komi-ōkuchi (underwear hakama in ōkuchi-style), koshi-obi (belt), and a fan
Senzai samurai-eboshi (Ori-eboshi headdress for warriors), tops and bottoms of hitatare (kimono for warriors), kitsuke / atsuita (a type of short-sleeved kimono mainly worn by male characters), komi-ōkuchi, koshi-obi, a small sword, and a fan
Sanba-sō samurai-eboshi (changed to kensaki-eboshi later), tops and bottoms of hitatare, komi-ōkuchi, and koshi-obi. Holds a bell tree later
Number of scenes -
Length About 1 hour

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