The Kasuga-Sama are spirits who come to the Bathhouse in groups by ferry. They wear strange masks and Sokutai (traditional clothes worn by the Japanese nobility), but their bodies are like shadows.


  • Kasuga is the name of a famous Shinto Shrine in Japan. There is a traditional ritual dance called "Ama" at Kasuga Shrine, in which dancers wear paper masks called "Zoumen." The masks look like the ones the Kasuga-Sama are wearing.



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