In addition, its dignity rises high and it is performed for the most formalvceremony of the state.
It is a Chinese style dance and is one of the unclockwise dances.
The number of dancers is four.
The dress of dancers reminds us of the formal dress of the military man of Tang time of China.
The dancer wears a red"ho", a helmet, "keiko" to which the leather of gold leaf are attached, and a big sword.
Then he fastens them with "sekitai (=stone belt)."
The dancer also wears are stuck to a
The dancer also wears "kote (=hand protector)," "sune-ate(=leg protector)," "katakui (=mask)," a strange-looking animal mask on the shoulder, "harakui (=belt)" and big "gyotai" to left side.
He carries arrows in "yanagui (=arrow case) " on the back.
He dances with a halberd from the predetermined part of the music.