Introduction of the Kaguradan/
It is supported by more people than the Kagura group, such as arranging costumes and tools through donations from local people. Kagura is dedicated at the Miyazaki Hachimangu Shrine Autumn Festival held every year. Currently, the number of young members has increased, and it is the third generation change period. Through the dedication of kagura, we are devoting ourselves to firmly pass on the thoughts of our ancestors who live in kagura and pass them on to future generations.
Name of Representative (Title)/Natsumoto Hidenori (Leader)
When the Kaguradan was found/Showa 26
Number of group members/18 people
Holding Plays: Kamidoroshi, Jinrin, Yamata-no-Orochi, Ebisu, Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, Minamoto no Yorimasa, Tsuchigumo, Akkuden (Akkoden), Yamaho (Yamato Takeru no Mikoto) Ba), Momijigari, Modoribashi, Part 1, Zoku, Modoribashi, Takiyashahime (Takiya Shahime), Masamonki Part 1 ~ Under the New Emperor's Declaration ~, Masuya Oren (Masuya Oren), Mt. Oe, Tenjinki (Tenjinki)
Local Shrine/ Miyazaki Hachimangu
Performance period at a local shrine/ Autumn Festival (November 2 every year)
Past performances: Yuki Lodge, Hiroshima Food Festa, Asakita Kagura Recital, Combs Asa Park Kagura Performance, etc.
Business trip kagura performance/ Yes
Inside Suzuhari Miyazaki Shrine, Asa-cho, Asakita-ku, Hiroshima-shi, 731-1141, Japan
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