Kocho-Mai (Butterfly Dance) was performed annually at the Imperial Palace since the play the Flying Hairpin of Kocho, at its debut, so inspired the Imperial Court. Six dancers dressed in elaborate costume, moving through highly ritualized poses, gestures, and steps to the music of whistling flutes and slow-beating hand-drums. [1]


  1. Book of Void, p. 127

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