Introduction of the Kaguradan/
According to records, it was formed by 9 volunteers around the beginning of the Meiji era, and currently consists of members living mainly in the Kawachi district of Itsukaichi-cho, Saeki-ku. In the past, there is a record that he performed 34 programs of Ise 12 Jingi Kagura, and currently, around 20 of them are dedicated once every two years (odd-numbered years) with handmade fireworks such as umbrella fires and blowfires.
Name of Representative (Title)/Hiroaki Ohara (Leader)
When the Kaguradan was found/Early Meiji period
Number of group members/15 adults 10 children
Holding program/Twelve Divine Sacred (Sekimai and others about 20)
Local Shrine/ Kawachi Shrine
Performance period at a local shrine/ The night before the 2nd Sunday of October (alternating with the Shimokawachi Kagura Troupe every year)
Past performances: Kawachi Shrine Autumn Festival (once every two years), 2014 Hiroshima prefecture shrine officials convention
Onsite Kagura Performance/Not Available
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