Hashikami Wase Enbburi Festival
11：0 0 AM～１４：００ PM
Wasse Koryu Center
Three Enburi groups from Hashikami Town, which are all part of the “Hachinohe Enburi,” a National Important Intangible Folk Cultural Asset, come together to perform Enburi Suri, a performance that beckons an early spring. Come and enjoy the performances, while eating Hashikami’s specialty, Hashikami Wase Soba.
The Enburi group in the town of Hashikami offers visitors the opportunity to view two distinctive types of Enburi, Naga Enburi and Dosai Enburi, at one time.
Organized by Wasse Koryu Center
Cooperated by Sanriku International Arts Committee
Wasse Koryu Center
Tashiro Enburi Gumi Group
The Tashiro Enburi is said to be converted from a traditional rice-transplanting ritual with acceptance of another enburi in quintuple meter practiced in Sugisawa community, former Tabe village (currently Fukuchi, Nanbu town). It has a local characteristic in the tone of singing and the ending section of the dance, and inherits many side-show items in their original form.
Toyabe Enburi Gumi Group
The origin of the Toyabe Enburi is unknown, except for the oldest record telling it participated in an enburi event in Hachinohe region about 1883. Nowadays, it is defined as a kind of dousai enburi (fast enburi) and a descendant from Hosogoe Enburi in former Odate village. After a period of inactivity due to the shortage of successors since around 1954, it was resumed by the avid masters and youngsters in 1976.
Hiranai Enburi Gumi Group
The Hiranai Enburi inherits an older form called naga enburi (slow enburi) which is played in septuple meter with slow and soft movement of body. It is performed by three dancers; the front called Tokuro wearing eboshi with red peony flower, the middle, and the rear called kurodome. The uniqueness of the Hiranai Enburi is found in its fidelity to traditional form of song, dance and tone of the flute.
Sanriku International Arts Festival 2022 REVIVE
– An FY 2022 Japan Cultural Expo Project Presented and Co-presented by Japan Arts Council and Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
Organized by｜Sanriku International Arts Committee, Japan Arts Council, and Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
Co-organized by｜Hachinohe City, Hashikami Town, Hirono Town, Kuji City, Noda Village, Fudai Village, Tanohata Village, Iwaizumi Town, Miyako City, Yamada Town, Otsuchi Town, Kamaishi City, Ofunato City, Rikuzentakata City, Sumita Town, Sanriku Railway Co., Ltd., Japan Folk Performing Arts Association, NPO Iwate Arts Support Center, and NPO Japan Contemporary Dance Network
Cooperated by｜NPO Shinsai Regain, imajimu LLC, Tohoku Cultural Property Video Research Institute, Minna no Shirushi LLC, and Ofunato Disaster Prevention Tourism Alternating Current Center Ofuna Port