Introduction of the Kagura Troup
We mainly dedicate our kagura to the local Shinto Deity.
From olders to young children, we all perform together with 100-year-old costumes and masks. Except for the dance “Seki (Arahira) no Mai”, local children play the main role.
When the Kaguradan was founded/ Postwar revival
Number of group members/23 people
Local shrine/ Iwaya Shrine
Performance period at a local shrine/ October (once every three years)
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