Southern rice with rice cake
It is said that the labor force originated in Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture, and has been flourished in the northern part of Iwate Prefecture during the Taisho era. The lyrics types 7, 5, 7 and 5 are rarely found elsewhere, but they are similar to the types found in "Nanbu Zhenyi".
|name||Southern rice with rice cake|
|Birthplace||Former Morioka area|
十七八の おろす杵や ヤイ
八幡お山さ ひびくセデ ヤイ
石も来いよと 砕けるセデ ヤイ
酒や米搗きを 立見の姉コ ヤイ
Southern buckwheat porridge
In the garden moored in the Sanno region of Aomori prefecture and in the northern part of Iwate prefecture, this is a song written similar to "Nanadoyara", which was created when ground buckwheat flour while turning a stone mill. The shamisen accompaniment came to be popular from the 1930s onwards.
|name||Southern buckwheat porridge|
|Birthplace||The prefecture north area of the former Morioka Territories|
|Wheat roe||Gyeongsan-gun (now Oshu City)|
|Rice bowl||Oshu City Esashi Ward|
|Southern horse mackerel||The prefecture north area of the former Morioka Territories|
|Shake bowl||Gyeongsan-gun (now Oshu City)|