小べし見, represents a demon from hell. He dances like a frenzy. The facial expression creates a truly frightening and intense appearance. A sharp look comes from the bulging, metallic gold eyeballs. The mouth is fermly clamped. The dark red color of the mask shows power. The mask is used in interpreting a ruthless god, such as in the Noh performances Ukai, Nomori en Matsuyama Kagami and for terrifying demons with supernatural forces in Himuro, Taniko en Tampu, and to represent a spirit that has fallen in the underworld in Shôkun, Shôki en Kôtei. The very first Kobeshimi mask was created by Shakazuru Yoshinari which can be seen in the Tokyo National Museum.