Introduction of the Kaguradan/
Itsukaichi Kagura inherits the 12 Jingi Kagura that has been performed in Hatsukaichi and other places in Hiroshima since the Edo period. The purpose is to preserve traditional kagura dance and to promote goodwill and exchange through kagura. It is designated as an important intangible cultural property of Hiroshima City.
When the Kaguradan was found/Edo period Yasunaga
Number of group members/25 people
Preservation program/Junikazumi Kagura
Performance period at a local shrine/ Every second Saturday in October
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