Kabuki is one of traditional Japanese drama performances with a history of over four hundred years. In this festival, Kabuki is performed on the stage of the float which is placed in the middle of the five floats. Each year the float to show the Kabuki takes a turn and a different story is performed. The first performance is staged in front of the shrine gate because it is dedicated to the shrine’s deity.

This Kabuki performance is played by school children and most child actors are selected from the community that is in charge of the year. Since the Kabuki performance started in the late 19th century, in some families, grandfather, father and son have experienced the actor.