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Mai-- slow shuffle and a quickly paced circling of the stage
Odori-- showy and lively movements, such as leg lifts and turns
Traditional japanese dancers wear susohiki when performing
Japanese dances are performed like a story
It describes how a goddess "Amenouzume-no-mikoto" devoted herself to dancing.
One of the most famous traditional dance dramas.
A traditional Summer Dance
Bon Ordi vs. Noh Mai
Bon Ordi and Noh Mai have in common is that they perform these dances using masks and wearing kimonos.
The difference between the two is that Noh Mai is a style background with music performed with lutes and drums. Bon Ordi is a Japanese dance that is performed during the summer festival held in every city.