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Introduction of the Kaguradan/
Junijinki Kagura, which is widely seen in the Ota River basin, consists of 12 events, and the first type has a front and back dance, so it is basically that there are 24 dances in total. These 12 Jingi Kagura are different depending on the region. Iguchi Kagura is a unique one that inherits the flow of Iwami Kagura, even though it is this Junikazumi Kagura, and additionally added Geishu Kagura (Bingo Kagura). The highlight of Juni Jingi Kagura is “Seki (Arahira) no Mai,” which is the content where Tayu preaches a monster called Arahira who comes from abroad and works evil deeds at the end of a question and answers, and picks up the magic wand that he possessed, and the wisdom of humans ・Jin and Yu are expressed.
Representative’s name (title) /SHIMODOI Kenji (Kagura Department Manager)
Number of group members/80 people
Holding programs/Miko Mai/Soot Sweep, Nusamai, Kojin, Five Swords, Long Swords, Fox, Hachiroji, Two Swords, Desired Divide, Battle, Bow Dance, Flag Dance (Hatamai), Shonoki, Seven Swords, Ebisu, Sanpo Kojin, Seki (Arahira), Himemiya, Sacred Sword, Great Serpent, Prince (Kanname) )
Local Shrine/ Iguchi Otoshi Shrine
Performance period at a local shrine/ the second or third Saturday of October
Onsite Kagura Performance/Not Available

Information

addresses
2-19-15 Inokuchi, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima 733-0842 (Secretariat)

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