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Pseudonym reading Kado Nagumi Trauma
Specified type Prefecture designation
Type Intangible folk cultural property
Designated date April 5, 2013
Specified details
location Ofunato City Suesakicho
Holding group Monchu Group Promotion Association
Management organization
home page Monzuru Toramai


The southern Shinshu-in Shonen Doujinshi Taijaku (hereinafter referred to as the annual Goji Taijaku) is to be established when the worship site of Ozaki Daimeijin (the present Ozaki Shrine), the guardian deity of Kamaishi, is built in 1699. As the wife of the Sano family (the store number is called Suzuya) who was a servant of Japan, donated the hexagonal Okami shrine that enshrined the divine body, Ise Taigakura from the seven-ken-cho that is a performing arts group of Morioka Sakai was learned of the divine body It was dedicated as a servant. At that time, it was appointed as the annual priest who guards the divine body by Tsuji Shoin (in Morioka, who served as a substitute for Takekawa Inari at Morioka), who was in charge of Kiyoi-gun in the yearly event that manages Morioka Zen training on a regional basis. It is said to have been done.
Now that the activities of the seven houses have ceased, the yearly priest Taikagura is a valuable as a living trace that extends the reality of the seven houses and is a clue to the performing arts during the period of reign.
At the festival of Kamaishi Sozan Mamoru Yakumo Shrine, Ozaki Shrine and Watatsumi Shrine, which is still called Kamaishi Sansha, is serving as a deputy in the foremost row to serve as a deity in the festival as well. , It is also dedicated to the Ise Jinguen Shiengu once in 20 years. Even in Kamaishi City, where various performing arts are handed down, New Year's Eve Taijikagura is unsurpassed as a group proud of history and style supported by history.
Morioka Samurai's performing arts group, handed down from 7 houses, is a valuable element to show the process of the transformation of Taikagura, and also plays a leading role in the festivals of each company and a role in charge of the devil's rituals of the houses. Is responsible for