TOKYO SHISHIMAI LION DANCE EDO CELEBRATION

The Dynamic Performance only Found in the Edo Style! Japan Culture Project-Shishimai Series-

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Oct 02 ,2018

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What comes to your mind when you hear Tokyo?
The Tokyo Tower? A Kaminarimon Gate? You will imagine various thing.
However, Tokyo's charm is not only them. Shishimai is also in Tokyo!

This time, we introduce about Sato-Kagura Kotobukijishi.
Among the lion dance, we have the opportunity to see the lion dance as a congratulatory in New Year or festivities in Tokyo. It is called Kotobukijishi which is born in Edo era.

This dance is put on Edo Festival music, and played by one person called Hitori-Tachi. Thus, it is a brisk way of dancing only found Edo style. The lion mask painted golden may be used especially at a banquet.

[Detailed information about Hitori-nTachi appeared in the following URL.]

The First Japan Culture Project -Shishimai Series-

DANCING RED FACE GREEN CLOTH BITING HEAD HURT SCARY FESTIVITY CELEBRATION GOOD SOMETHING HAIR BITE

Sato-Kagura Kotobukijishi is performed mainly in September. Why don’t you see the ferocious performance from point-blank?

How do you like it? We hope those information we’ve provided you today about Sato-Kagura Kotobukijishi stir up your interest for Japan.
Next time, we introduce to you about Kagajishi.

Let's meet up the week after next!

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