Gioh, Gijo, Hotoke-gozen, Shizuka-gozen, etc. are historically famous "shirabyoshi" dancers.
It is said that it came to be called so since they danced with the "imayo-uta (=modern and easy song)" in the "so-byoshi (=simple rhythm)."
"Tate-eboshi" cap, "suikan" apron and "hitoe" red " hakama" are worn and a long sword in the case of "nishiki-zutsumi fuji-maki" is hung on the waist.
In her hand, the dancer has a "kawahori" fan, of which sticks show on one side.