A mochi that originated in Kanayama such as Shirane Kanayama at Morioka Pass and Oyorizawa Mine. Also known as "Kanayama Odori to Mezushi" "Takumeme" is the work of selecting the gold, silver and copper that were excavated, and it is said that "Kanayama dance" or "Karamebushi" was the cause of the work of the feudal lord Kanayama during the Shosei period.
In Ogasaki-cho Torakawa Meisenza, the beginning of the public senza of Morioka, there is work to send wind to the furnace stepping on "Tatara" in the casting work. At that time, it is thought that the work of “Sumisenzaka” changed to “Kissenzaka”. It is an elegant rose with an old-fashioned calmness, and it is called "casting slope" (good slope) in Ota and Shizukuishi-cho in Morioka city, and is enshrined at the occasion of the celebration.
|Birthplace||Hanasaki City Osako-cho|
It is also known as "Southern Jinli-myeon" or "Senzakushi" and is named to distinguish it from the "Senzakushi" in the Ninohe region (Ask: Doy Doi), and is considered to be the same song as "Kisenzaka". As a public sensou of Morioka Pass, it was captured when carrying the coin, which was cast in Minamihata in Shizukuishi-cho, which was established next to Hanasaku-shi, Ohsako-cho, Nicho-gun, and Kuchino-gun, on the ground. Currently, in the Shizukuishi area, it is celebrated at weddings and new constructions.
|Birthplace||Shizukuishimachi Morioka City Tonan Area|
|Chifukuyama||Hanasaki City Osako-cho|
|Southern Senbuki Pass||Hanasaki City Osako-cho|