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As for Toyamashi, a farmland (horse) ranch of Miyauchi province was established in Torakawa, Tamayama-ku, Morioka in 1894, and many horses were nurtured, but it was a trap for mowing at that time.
Takeda Seiichiro went out to the outside mountain with Hoshikawa Manzoa and two people, heard the worker's bond, and put it together and transcribed it (Showa 7). In 1955, with the cooperation of folk song singer Onishi Tamako, Chungichiro arranged it and released it from King Records, which became popular and became a popular folk song representing Iwate Prefecture. (By "Thuichiro Takeda, the father of Tohoku folk songs" by Tsutomu Kurosawa)