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Plays DataBase Shari (The Relic of the Buddha) : Details StoryDataPhotoStory

Schools All fives
Category The First group Noh, Kirinoh-mono
Author Unknown
Subject Taiheiki (Chronicle of Great Peace) Volume 8, “The account of the Tanidō Hall burning”
Season Autumn
Scene Sennyūji Temple in Higashiyama, Kyoto
Tsukurimono Ichijō -dai, a stupa topped by a flame-shaped gem
Characters Mae-shite Villager
Nochi-shite Rakshasa
WakiItinerant Monk
Tsure Skanda
Ai Low-ranking Monk in the service of the Sennyūji Temple
Masks Mae-shite Mikazuki, Awaotoko, Ayakashi, etc.
Nochi-shite Shikami
Tsure Tenjin
Costumes Mae-shite Hachimaki (a headband), kurogashira (a long black wig), mizugoromo (a type of knee-length kimono of middling quality), kitsuke / muji-noshime (short-sleeved kimono with no pattern, worn as the innermost layer of the costumes of male characters of lesser standing), koshi-obi (belt), and a fan.
Nochi-shite Hachimaki, akagashira (a long red wig), awase-happi (lined happi-style kimono), kitsuke / atsuita (a type of short-sleeved kimono mainly worn by male characters), hangire (a type of hakama trouser worn by strong characters such as demons, gods, and warriors), and koshi-obi. Holding a gem, shaped like a flame or a small stupa.
Nochi-tsure Hachimaki, kurotare (a long black wig), wa-kanmuri (a ring-shaped, crown-like headdress often worn by male gods), sobatsugi (lined happi-style kimono with no sleeves, worn by warriors or Chinese characters), kitsuke / atsuita, hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), koshi-obi, and a stick for beating.
Waki Sumi-bōshi (a hood worn by ordinary Buddhist monks), mizugoromo, kitsuke / muji-noshime, koshi-obi, a fan, and Buddhist prayer beads.
Ai Nōriki-zukin (a type of hood worn by temple servants), mizugoromo, kitsuke / muji-noshime, kukuri-bakama (a way of wearing hakama trousers, tucking up the bottoms at the knee with strings), a pair of gaiters, koshi-obi, and a fan.
Number of scenes Two
Length About 1 hour and 10 minutes

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