This Sunday, the Kinki-Shimane Kenjinkai was held in grand style at Taikoen. The Kinki Shimane Kenjinkai, under the subtitle of “Hometown Cheering Group,” has held a series of events in Iwami, Izumo, and
It is divided into three districts of the Oki, and it is supposed to take charge of the organizer of the year by the rotation system, and this year, the Iwami district was the organizer.
Fortunately, Iwami silver mine was registered as a world heritage site, so the Iwami area did their best with a twisted headband. A whopping 380 people attended.
The prefectural governor and other mayors of cities, towns, and villages throughout the prefecture also attended the event, which was very lively.
Performances are the Tenryo Taiko, which is said to be created to celebrate the registration of Iwami Ginzan as a world heritage site, and Iwami Kagura, an intangible cultural asset.
I was overwhelmed by the sound of the wadaiko drums, and the subsequent Iwami Kagura was wonderful again. It was the first time for me to see Iwami Kagura live.
I was glued to the stage for about half an hour. It’s hard to describe in words, but the traditional performing arts that have lasted for hundreds of years are still somehow different.
It was the first time in a long time that I tasted myself drunk on the stage with excitement that did not go cold. Business trip to Tokyo on Monday and Tuesday. Monday is the National Survey Industry Cooperative’s education and training session.
Tuesday was the board meeting of the National Association of Surveyors. I went to work at the headquarters today for the first time in a while. A quick look at the Nikkei Newspaper from last Saturday, …
I’d like to say that, but in reality, I only read the newspaper novel “The Way of Homecoming” (Kenzo Kitakata). I’ve hardly ever read a newspaper novel before.
I was addicted to Kenzo Hokkata at one time, so I couldn’t afford to miss the next episode of “The Way of Homecoming”. Now.
What I look forward to more than anything is coming to work in the morning and reading the newspaper over a cup of coffee.