Tsugaruishi Folk Performing Arts Festival
Sunday, November 28, 2021
Tsugaruishi Public Hall
– Summary –
Local folk performing arts from the Tsugaruishi area of Miyako City will come together for this performance.
Please enjoy performances of Tsugaruishi Sansa, Tsugaruishi-Shinmachi Dai-Kagura, Neizawa Kenbai Sword Dance, and Norinowaki Shishimai (Lion Dance), with specially-created Sakae-Tori Taiko and Akamae Ondo. All are folk performing arts rooted in the area. Every year, Tsugaruishi’s local folk performing arts accompany the portable shrine at the Inari Shrine (Anba-sama) festival on August 16. This area is known for “Nambu Hana-Magari (nose-curved)” salmon, and people dance around the neighborhood praying for a rich salmon catch and a bountiful fall harvest.
FY2021 Japan Cultural Expo Project Presented and Co-presented by Agency for cultural Affairs,Government of Japan,and Japan Arts Council,Sanriku International Arts Committee
Co-organized byHachinohe City, Hashikami Town, Hirono Town, Kuji City, 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, NPO Japan Contemporary Dance Network, Culture Vision Japan Foundation Inc.
Cooperation fromNPO Shinsai Regain, imajimu LLC, Tohoku Cultural Property Video Research Institute, Minna no Shirushi LLC, NPO Michinoku Trail Club