Old man Masks (Jyo-kei) List
Generally, Jyo means an old man.
The Kanji letter for Jyo resembles an iron, which smoothes out the wrinkles of cloth, but it has come to mean a smoothing or reassuring message to the public.
These masks were used in a variety of other Okina plays. In addition, it materializes the celebration of the Okina and embodies and converts God and spirit above the human level.

Noh Mask list
Click on each mask name to see the image and explanation.
Old man masks Mask Name
Kojyo(Koushijyo) Takasago, Naniwa, Aridoshi
Waraijyo Sumagenji, Genjyo
Sankoujyo Ukai, Yorimasa, Kanehira
Shiwajyo Oimatsu, Hojyogawa, Hakurakuten, Yugyoyanagi, Saigyosakura
Ko-shiwajyo Ditto
Maijyo Oimatsu, Hojyogawa, Hakurakuten, Yugyoyanagi, Saigyosakura
Akobujyo Ayanotsudumi,Tenko
Ishioujyo
Asakurajyo Yashima

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