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The Local Performing Arts of Takasaki-cho- From the depths of time to the present -    



Digest: 3 minutes
Entire story: 50 minutes
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Takasaki-cho, which was incorporated into Miyakonojo City in 2006, has been settled from ancient times, and in particular, Tsumakiri Shima Shrine is a shrine with a very long history which was established 2,400 years ago to enshrine Izanagi no Mikoto as its main god. In Takasaki-cho, various different traditional performing arts are passed down in each of its regions. In this video, traditional performing arts from the following 10 regions are introduced together with their characteristics: the "stick dance" and "sickle dance" of the Kamize Nishi region, the "stick dance" of the Kozaka region, the "stick dance" of the Nabe region, the "sword dance" of the Tsuma region, the "Soga siblings dance" of the Sumitoko region, the "yakko dance" of the Kuramoto region, the "yakko dance" of the Mitsuwa region, the "ground poking song" of the Takemoto region, the "straw bag dance" of the Tanigawa region, and the "dragon-god drum" of the Tsumakiri Shima region.

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