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[onso9line] Junior High School Girls Dancing in Ouchi-juku [marble]

掲載日:2016年12月5日更新

The junior high school girls unit, "marble," chosen in the audition, dance in Ouchi-juku, a post town in Minamiaizu!
They dance energetically to the music of onso9line's "Kanatamade," to promote the charms of Ouchi-juku.


[About the movie]
An audition was held in the summer of 2016 to discover dancers who could appear in a new movie of the "Dancing the Four Seasons of Fukushima" Series.
Please enjoy the performance of "Otemen," chosen from among 37 applicants.
Click on the URL for the movie of the audition --
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obet_EVFFFE


[About the dancers]
Dance team, "marble"
Karin (14) Dancing experience: 7 years
Mizuha (14) Dancing experience: 9 years
They belong to "Dance Factory K-MAGNIFIQUE" in Fukushima City
http://www.kmanistaff.com/


[About their "tengu (long-nosed goblin)" costumes]
Ouchi-juku retains the ambience of the Edo Period and the Ouchi-juku Hange Mid-Summer Festival is held there every year on July 2.
The unit's costume is based on the characteristic yellow and purple costumes of the "tengu (long-nosed goblins)" that walk with portable shrines, lion dances, and retainers in white outfits during the festival.
http://aizumonogatari.com/event/165.html


[About the filming location]
Ouchi-juku, an area with nationally designated Groups of Traditional Buildings (Shimogo-machi, Minamiaizu-gun, Fukushima Prefecture)
http://ouchi-juku.com/
Ouchi-juku is a traditional post town lined with houses with thatched roofs.
Ouchi-juku, retaining the ambience of a post town of the Edo Period, bustles with many tourists throughout the year, and it is one of the representative sightseeing spots of Aizu in Fukushima.
It is a post town that was established around 1640 along the highway that connected Aizu castle town with Shimotsuke Province (currently Nikko City of Tochigi Prefecture).

Yunokami-Onsen Station on the Aizu Line of Aizu Railway
http://www.aizutetsudo.jp/index.php
The Aizu Line of Aizu Railway is a local line that connects Kitakata/Aizuwakamatsu with Asakusa/Shinjuku in just under four hours via an interconnected through service.
The Yunokami-Onsen Station where the movie was filmed, is the closest station to Ouchi-juku, and it is the only station in Japan with a thatched roof, filled with an air of exoticism, and a foot bath.

Filming was carried out with the all-out cooperation of the Ouchi-juku Tourism Association, Aizu Railway and other associates. We would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude for their cooperation and understanding.


[About the music]
"Kanatamade" by onso9line
(The Fukushima Prefecture's promotional video theme song for 2014, "Smile! Smile! Fukushima")


* The official Fukushima Prefectural channel will continue releasing a series of fun movies focusing on the charms of the four seasons of Fukushima, and a variety of the latest information.
Please subscribe to our channel! --
https://www.youtube.com/user/PrefFukushima


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