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Satsumasendai City , Kagoshima
(Kedouin-cho)
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Local performing arts of Kedoin-cho ~Cultural heritage passed onto the next generation~    



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In the Kamide district, the "Kamide Taiko Odori (Kamide drum dance)" is dedicated during the Toyo Hirume Shrines annual great festival held on October 8 every year. Its origin is said to be the dance recommended by Lord Shimazu Yoshihiro, who had returned from the invasions of Korea. The dance is performed by members consisting of "Kaneuchi (bell ringer)," "Karataikouchi (Kara drum beater)," and "Hirataikouchi (Hira drum beater)," who perform items including "Nidan," "Sandan," "Binamaki," "Shisao," and "Yamadengaku." In the Makorobe district, the "Makorobe Taiko Odori (Makorobe drum dance)," which is dedicated at the Minamikata Shrines annual great festival held on October 12, is being passed down, and in the Kawahigashi district, the "Kawahigashi Bara Odori (Kawahigashi Bara dance)" is being passed down. The "Makorobe Taiko Odori (Makorobe drum dance)" consists of the same dance performer roles as those of the Kamide district, but the items performed are "Monraku," "Shinnyu," "Binamaki," "Hanairi," and "Shime Odori" (Shime dance.) The "Kawahigashi Bara Odori (Kawahigashi Bara dance)" consists of the roles "Baragumi (bara group)" and "Kanegumi (bell group)," which perform the items "Omakagi," "Sutta," "Kasabai," and "Tanabata." In the Kuroki district, the "Kuroki Taka Odori (Kuroki hawk dance)" is dedicated at the Okusu Shrines annual great festival held from around the end of September to the beginning of October. Men perform the "Takayaku (role of the hawk)" and women perform the "Esashiyaku." Other dances introduced in this video include the Fumotonishi districts "Fumotonishi Komuso Odori (Fumotonishi Komu priest dance)," and the Kikuchita districts "Tanegashima Odori (Tanegashima dance)."

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