Tenshinan (1573-92), it was something that garnered the sarcasm and spirit of "Stone Stone Woman" that the southern part Nobunao showed at "Osaka Chaya" in Nishiyama Village (Stone Stone Town) at the capture of Stone Stone Castle. It is said that one of Iwate's representative folk songs along with "Southern beef memorial". The dance is said to have been completed in the end of Hunsei, but it has been remodeled to the present form at the beginning of the Showa era, and is still an elegant folk song that can be danced with a cresting at a celebration party or stage.
Southern teahouse clause
It is said that the birthplace is "Kamaishi, Yamada, Oiso area" in "Nusigaki" which was enshrined from Meiji to Taisho. Currently, it is rather covered in around Morioka city and Tono city. The line is thought to be the one behind the flow of "Haya", which was born at Hirado-Shimasuke Port in Kitakyushu.
|name||Southern teahouse clause|
|Birthplace||Yamada Town Kamaishi City Kurihashi Tono City|
It is said to be the marshal of "Chaguchagu Mako", a "dialect" that has been captured from Iwate-gun to Shiwa-gun and Osu-machi, Kinuki-gun (now Hanamaki). One of the rare "girl's bowl" in Iwate folk song. "One size" is "for a while," and the lyrics are "I can come, I can not, but I can't get in the way. Please do not hesitate, just enter," said the young brides to work. Everyday conversations while exchanging. On the other hand, it also has profound implications.
|Birthplace||Hanasaki City Osako-cho|
The "Senboku Saisai" (the Former Akita Shihuku), which people who moved from Senboku-gun in Akita Prefecture during the Morioka Castle Ikujo, was told to the Shizukuishi region, and from the lion language "Don Dong Sai" It is considered to have been converted to It became the marshal of "Donpan bushi" (now confession) that became popular after the war.
It is thought that the tongue language "Tonchoyo" of "Nanya Doyara" was converted, and it is said to be "Tonkayo".
Southern Kishima Maiko
It was enshrined when the Kiso craftsman played "Zashiki Mai" at a party such as a ridge.
|name||Southern Kishima Maiko|
|Birthplace||Former Morioka area|
|Stupid section||Former Morioka area|
|Southern part||Former Morioka area|
|Southern Aiyabushi||Former Morioka area|
|Southern cities||Former Morioka area|
|Southern Daikoku Mai||Former Morioka area|
|Southern Pleistocene||Former Morioka area|