The nephew is "Nanya Do Yara" in the cheerful Bonsu in the old Morioka territory. "Torajio" seems to be something that "Torakuzo" is dulled, and it is said that the woman, Ms. Tenma, who comes out of the coffin is a real person born in 1894 and a beautiful woman of reputation.
|Birthplace||Former Morioka area|
Southern good cousin stir-fried soba soup with miso soup
Sansa dance bowl
"Sansa (参) dance" is a Bon festival dance that is transmitted around Morioka city, and it is said that the legend of Raiki (bill of the devil) of Mitsuishi Shrine is its origin. Originally the lamp and costume were unnecessary dances, but the dance was unified at the life of the Morioka lord during the culture and Bunsei period of the Edo period, and it was transferred to Sanbon Yanagi (Morioka City) along with the scroll. Since the "tradition" has been strongly protected since then and taught otherwise, dances and costumes vary greatly depending on the area even now.
|name||Sansa dance bowl|
|Birthplace||Morioka City Iwate-gun Shiba-gun|
Sakola Choi Wyasser's Dance If you dance well Ya Ya item well dance (Sakor Choi Wyasse)
One southern part of the story
Also known as "Yaray", it is transmitted to the area where "Nana Do Yara" which is one of the traditional Bon dance of Morioka, "Nana Do Yara", "N Na Do Yara" and "Kuji Bon Odori" are alternately danced with other Bon dances. ing. Originally "Nana Do Yara" is a dance without applause, but since "Applause" is included in "Festival dance" and "Missing dance", it is mixed, and the number of applause "One Pass" or "Three Pass" or " It is classified as “three dances”.
|name||One southern part of the story|
|Birthplace||Former Morioka area|
It is a new temple that was created in the 1930s, and it has been widely revered as the "Esashiri Festival", whether it is a festival-loving land pattern, the aggressiveness of Iwatani-do merchants, or the gift of commerce.
|Birthplace||Oshu City Esashi Ward|
One of the few folk songs transmitted to the Kesen area. In the same way as the "Toshima poem", the old ones don't put "Hah" at first, and there is no language, and they immediately come to light. There are also some that are enshrined as a celebration, but the lyrical type is 7-7-7-5. "Honi" is added to the last five, and it is a fixed form of a confession that is made into seven.
Southern Lion casket
At the time of the Taisho era, when Taiyo, a puppeteer in Osako-cho, who had the flow of the Morioka group, a group of playwrights, was played as a puppet show child. A dance always follows in the usual "Testimony", but in this testament a doll dances.
|name||Southern Lion casket|
|Birthplace||Shinami Town Sabiuchi|
Sawauchi Haiku / Shonan Sawauchi Haiku
In the land of Sawada, a hidden field in Morioka, during the Shosei period, he presented the daughter, Yone, of Ashiya for a bribe to reduce the yearly tribute in the case of hunger. The Bon festival dance bowl that got the sadness. Originally it was a simple chopstick that can be enjoyed only by drums and hand clapping, but it spread to the whole country from the record release with the accompaniment of the shamisen at the beginning of Showa. The original song is called "Nanadhiyara" in the northern part of the prefecture, and there are three styles, one that starts from the low tone, the other from the middle tone, and the one from the high tone, and it is a perfect song as a form of disapproval.
Sawauchi Machiishi where rice comes out (high high kita)
|name||Shoji Sawa Uchiku|
Sawauchi sansa dance bowl
The drumming method is different from "Sansa Dance" around Morioka City, and it swings from the shoulder diagonally and strikes one side. The sound is not powerful, but there are many types of hanging chopsticks. In the old days, the clauses were different in each village, as in the case of the "Sawauchi poem", but recently they were unified.
|name||Sawauchi sansa dance bowl|
Sawauchi Aiken (Aiken) Section
At the end of the Edo period, in the Hanayagi-kai, a shamisen, drum, and a type of "Janken" dumpling with a dumpling, "Fujihakken". It is rare in the whole country. The tune is "Aiya-bushi" but the lyrics are not similar to other parts, and it is thought that it probably entered this land after the Meiji era. The locals have been known to play acupuncture, but not how to play fists. Also known as "Ajimoko".
|name||Sawauchi Aiken (Aiken) Section|
It has been transmitted as a hanging pot of the representative Bon festival dance "Sansa dance" of the former Morioka Ryori. It is thought that it is one of the villages around Morioka city because it has been devising its own way of dancing and squeaking "Sansa dance" in each village. "Shogako" is said to be the name of a woman, but the origin is unclear.
|Birthplace||Tamayama Ward, Morioka City|
|Nana Doyara||Former Morioka area|
|Southern Bonsai||Former Morioka area|
|Jizo crying bar||Former Morioka area|
|Yasuka dancing bowl||Oshu-shi Mizusawa-ku, Oshu-shi Esashi-ku|
|New Year's Eve (Tennen Odori)||Miyako|
|Southern poem||Former Morioka area|