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Akiu no Taue Odori

Akiu no taue odori (秋保の田植踊) is a traditional rice-planting dance in Akiu, now part of Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Performed since the seventeenth century, ten female dancers accompanied by two or four males enact a repertoire of six to ten dances to the sound of flute, drums and bells.[1] In 1970 measures were taken to document the dance and in 1976 it was designated an Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property.[2][3] In 2009 Akiu no taue odori was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Akiu no taue odori".  
  2. ^ "Database of Registered National Cultural Properties".  
  3. ^ "Database of Registered National Cultural Properties".  
  4. ^ "Akiu no Taue Odori".  

External links

  • (English) UNESCO documentation


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