Introduction of the Kaguradan/
The Juni Jingi Kagura handed down at Iwakami Hachiman Shrine is handed down to children, and it is mainly dedicated to autumn festivals and the like. (Inheritance of tradition)
I hope that by dancing Kagura, children will learn about the wonders of traditional Japanese performing arts and grow up as people with rich hearts.
Name of Representative (Title)/Yasushi Ohara (Chairman)
When the Kaguradan was found/Showa 54
Number of members: 55
Holding programs/10 Junikingi Kagura
Local Shrine/ Iwakami Hachiman Shrine
Performance period at local shrine/ 4th Saturday of October
Past performances: Asakita Performing Arts Festival, Koyo Traditional Performing Arts Festival, Hiroshima Toshogu Shrine Children's Kagura Co-Performances, etc.
Business trip kagura performance/ Yes
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