On the surface inside the "wooden mask" that was introduced to Fukiji Temple, there are faint letters of "Kyuan 3 (1147)" and "GoShusho-e". It is understood that the mask was used for the Shujooni-e ritual and this mask is said to be a prototype of Shizumeoni.
|Name of Cultural Asset||Wooden Mask|
|Designation Status||Prefectural tangible cultural property|
|Category||Masks of oni|
|Role Played in Story||The oldest side of the Kunisaki Peninsula. There is the inscription dated from Kyuan 3 (1147). It is said to be the source of the "Shizumeoni" who calls out the oni during a Shujooni-e ritual.|
|Location of Cultural Asset||Tashibufuki Bungotakada|