Kyodomen or Folk Mask
|In ancient times when people gathered and formed a village, the first thing they did was to build a shrine or temple.
Talented carvers would then make masks and dedicate them to the God. As a result, all across Japan, there are many variations of masks.
Each mask has a story or a legend that reveals the history of that village. People believed that wearing a mask would enable the wearer to ask God to descend upon their village and bestow supernatural powers on the performer.
|Folk mask||Mask name||Folk Mask||Mask Name|
|Introduction||Carving Process||Noh Mask List|
|Okina-Style (Okina-kei)||Female (Onna-kei)||Male style (Otoko-kei)|
|Old Man style (Jyo-kei)||Gohst spirit (Onryo-kei)||God spirit style (Shinrei-kei)|
|Fierce God Style(Kijin-kei)||Devil (Oni mask)||Kyogen, Noh comic mask|
|Ondeko-mask||Folk mask||Custom made mask|
|Preservation||ID of Female Mask||Tying|
|Mask Holder||Contact us||Up Date Info|
|Ranking||Oni Devil World||Link|
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