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Plays DataBase Semimaru : Details StoryDataPhotoStory

Schools All five
Category The fourth group Noh
Author Unknown
Subject Unknown
Season Autumn (August according to the lunar calendar)
Scenes Mount Ōsaka in Yamashiro Province
Tsukurimono a straw hut, a palanquin
Characters Shite Sakagami
Tsure Semimaru
Waki Kiyotsura
Waki-tsure Palanquin Bearers (two)
Ai Hakuga no Sanmi
Masks Shite Onna-masukami, Nakizō, etc.
Tsure Semimaru
Costumes Shite a long black wig, karaori / nugikake (a short-sleeved kimono outer robe, worn in the nugikake style, whose right sleeve is left droping to the floor. This style indicates the character is a working or crazed woman), kitsuke / surihaku (a short-sleeved kimono, worn as the innermost layer of the costume of a female character), a fan, and a bamboo grass.
Tsure kasshiki-kazura (wig worn for the roles of a monk in training, young boy, etc.), unlined kariginu-style kimono, kitsuke / atsuita (a type of short-sleeved kimono mainly worn by male characters), komi-ōkuchi (underwear hakama in ōkuchi-style), sashinuki (a pair of long hakama style trousers tucked at the knee with string), koshi-obi (belt), a fan, and a cane. [He puts on a sumi-bōshi (a hood for regular Buddhist monks) during the change of costume on the stage]
Waki kuro-kazaori-eboshi (eboshi-style headdress)(black), chōken, kitsuke / atsuita, hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), koshi-obi, and a fan.
Waki-tsure kitsuke / atsuita, hakama in ōkuchi-style (white), and koshi-obi
Ai kazaori-eboshi (eboshi-style headdress), chōken, and hakama in ōkuchi-style (white).
Number of scenes Two
Length About 1 hour and 20 minutes

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