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It is a performing arts event of the Kosageka which prays for a good harvest, and is piled up several sheets of washi paper, wearing a lacquer-coated cap (Eboshi), and being danced mainly with an embris with an Ebri (a tool to flatten the fields) . It is said that "Embly" is something that this "Eburi" has fallen. I say that the dance hand of Enshi is Tatsuo, and Tatsuo is organized by three or five people, and in addition, it becomes a total of around 15 to 20 people including chopsticks, drums, Tehira sang (tebirane) and singers. This is called one pair.

There are two types of pens, and slow ones with chopsticks and chopsticks are called “Nag's pens” in the form from the ancient times, on the contrary, both tempos are fast with both chopsticks and scraps, and they are brave Some people are called "How is it?"

A beautiful cap hat shaped like a horse's head is said to have the meaning of "Yoshishiro (marker from which God descends)" calling on God. It is distributed in the former Hachinohe region from the Mihachi region in Aomori Prefecture, centered on Hachinohe city, to the northern part of Iwate Prefecture, and has been passed down in Karume Town, Kashimaki Town, Kuji City, etc. in Iwate Prefecture.

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