Note that the top is not 癶. The left part is ⺼ twisted to the left (compare 將, 然). The right part (which looks like 又 without the tail to the left) actually a simplified form of hand, which was written originally like 屮 (three fingers on the arm), with the tail tilted to the right and the leftmost fingers disappearing).
In Japanese handwriting, the diagonals of the upper right component cross: the short upper-right to lower-left stroke crosses the long upper-left to lower-right stroke, rather than abutting there.
祭 (radical 113 示+6, 11 strokes, cangjie input 月人一一火 (BOMMF), four-corner 27901)
- KangXi: page 843, character 7
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 24700
- Dae Jaweon: page 1263, character 8
- Hanyu Da Zidian: volume 4, page 2397, character 7
- Unihan data for U+796D
祭 (jyutping zai3, Yale jai3)
祭 (POJ chè (che3), TLPA tsè (tse3))