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Specified type Prefecture designation
Type Tangible folk cultural property
Designated date September 26, 2006
Specified details
quantity Complete set
location Iwate Prefectural Museum
owner Iwate Prefecture
Holding group
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In Shizukuishi-cho, Iwate Prefecture and Tamayama-ku, Morioka-shi, the region's unique wilderness called Soseki aneko customs and Tamayama's supa customs are handed down. Both are upper and lower two-part style, and the coat is dyed with hemp dyed hemp and hemp stitched, and the hemp part is dyed with the pattern decided in each village of sore stone pattern and Tamayama pattern. Accessories (women) to be supplementary clothes are embroidered in a wide variety of colors, and the dressed appearance emphasizes femininity, and there is also a glamor that you can say fashionable clothes. The wild arrivals in both areas, which are not found in other areas, are also considered to be the perfect combination of traditional wild and wild arrivals in Iwate Prefecture.
Functionally and aesthetically ingeniously designed field clothes were transmitted from parents to children and children to grandchildren in a self-sufficient clothing life, and they were produced and worn in each house until the early Showa era. It is not clear when this form was devised and dressed, but it is true that it was worn in the early Meiji era, following the story of the old people.
Yanagi Munetoshi (1889-1961), who was invited by Yoshikawa Yasumasa (1893-1984) who lived in Morioka City in the early Showa era, who was a sculptor, painter, folklore scholar, was a "craft" in Showa 17 and this genre was the Kyoto Ohara woman And praised that she is even more lustrous than the customs of Shirakawa woman, and painter Hayashi only (1895-1972) was introduced to the whole country in the Showa 35 year paintings “The local customs” (a collection of works from nationwide). ing. As the living conditions of the rural areas are changing through the book, the two men have stated that it is urgent to make efforts to leave the tradition in the future, as the field customs of the Shizukuishi district will be lost soon.
The collection of field clothes in the Shizukuishi area is unique in its content, and it is a valuable document to explore rural clothing life culture in Iwate Prefecture, which developed differently from the central clothing life culture. It can be said.