It is one of the medieval Noh performing arts that flourished from the Nanbokucho period to the Muromachi period. Also written in other word as “久世舞-Kuse Mai” and also called “Mai-mai” and “Mai”. It is said that actors sang while holding a fan and singing along with the drum in the performing arts of one-person dance or two-person dance, but even with the same name, it seems that there was a big difference depending on the times. It is said that Noh actor Kan’ami (Kan’ami) was incorporating the music of Kuseimai into Noh, and “Noh Kuse ” is to be established. In addition, the famous “kōwakamai ” as Nobunaga Oda (Nobunaga Oda) was dancing is prosperity in the late Muromachi period, at the time kusemai is said that it was there to represent. It should be noted, Kongo style, Kita style in an advanced Utaimono song such as ” Rangyoku song ” . We noted that tt is kusemai.