Introduction of the Kaguradan/
It is said that Shimomuko Kagura began around the Kaei era (1848-53). In the past, fireworks such as fukibi (fukibi), umbrella fire (kasabi), and tsunabi (tsunabi) were held between kagura and kagura. Shimomukai Kagura is an old dance of the Juni Jingi Kagura (composed of twelve kinds of programs). Currently, it is inherited only by the small village “Shimomukai” in Numata-cho, Asaminami-ku, and it performs at autumn festivals and events.
When the Kaguradan was found/around the Kaei era
Number of group members/about 20 people
Preservation programs/Junijinki Kagura
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