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Kakejiku (hanging picture) Eisa

The biggest event in Okinawa is Eisa. Eisa is a centuries-old tradition, unique to Okinawan culture. It is a form of folk dance accompanied by singing, chanting, and drumming. It is held for three consecutive days, on July 13th-15th in the lunar calendar, to mark the end of the Obon season. After the last day, called ukui, Eisa is performed after you see of your ancestors. This particular Eisa is originated in Heshikiya area, on Katsuren peninsula, central Okinawa.

Bag

This bag was made with dyed small fabric pieces.

Bingata Furoshiki

Furoshiki is a large square of cloth for wrapping and carrying a bundle. Classical pattern of long-tailed roosters is arranged.

Bingata Folding Screen

Classical pattern of Ryukyu Sho Dynasty is dyed with washi paper.