About the Translation of our Homepage:Machine translation is used to translate the homepage into English.
Therefore, it may not be an accurate translation.
The content may differ from the original one of the Japanese page. We appreciate your kind understanding.


It is a beautiful bowl of intrigue with calmness and elegance in a vermilion style, similar to Kyushu's "Mori-Dori-Kiri", Miyagi's "Oshishu", Shizuoka's "Lullaby" and so on. “Ushikata Bushi” (which carried rice, salt, ore, etc.) sung by the people of Uyu and Yuko who traveled for two nights and three nights while staying at the secluded Okuyama Road, and the Kitakami Mountains There is a "cow chase" that sings while protecting cattle grazing on the semi-plain, and a "cow chase" that is sung while following a calf to a farmland in Morioka in autumn. (According to the commentary by Takeda Sadahiro)