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Plays DataBase Tadanori : Details StoryDataPhotoStory

Schools All five.
Category The second group Noh, shura-mono
Author Zeami
Subject The Tale of the Heike, Volume 9
Season Spring (March in the lunar calendar)
Scenes Suma Bay in Settsu Province
Characters Mae-shite Old Man
Nochi-shite The ghost of Taira no Tadanori
Waki Traveling monk (man in service to Fujiwara no Shunzei)
Waki-tsure Accompanying monks (2 or 3)
Ai Villager
Masks Mae-shite Waraijō, Asakuranojō, Sankōjō
Nochi-shite Chūjō, Imawaka
Costumes Mae-shite jō-kami (wig for old man’s character), mizugoromo (a type of knee-length kimono), 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), a fan, a cane, and a leaf
Nochi-shite kuro-tare (a black wig with hair extending slightly longer than the shoulder), nashiuchi-eboshi (eboshi-style headdress), a white headband, chōken (a unlined, long-sleeved elegant garment worn by dancing female characters) [or hitoe-happi (single-lined happi-style kimono)], kitsuke / atsuita (a type of short-sleeved kimono mainly worn by male characters) [or kitsuke / karaori (a short-sleeved kimono outer robe worn by female characters), kitsuke / nuihaku], hakama in ōkuchi-style (white) [or colored], koshi-obi, a sword, a fan, and an arrow with a strip of paper
Waki sumi-bōshi (a hood for ordinary Buddhist monks), mizugoromo, kitsuke / muji-noshime, koshi-obi, Buddhist prayer beads, and a fan
Waki-tsure the same as Waki
Ai kyōgen-kamishimo (tops and bottoms of kimono for kyōgen-kata)
Number of scenes Two
Length About 1 hour and 40 minutes

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