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Title :琉球装束 (その三) : 琉球舞踊の装い : 男髪型とからじ結い
Title alternative :Ryukyuan Costume (3) : Ryukyuan Dance Costume Styles : Men's "katakashira" Hairstyles and Styling Techniques
Authors :金城, 光子
祝嶺, 恭子
Authors alternative :Kinjo, Mitsuko
Shukumine, Kyoko
Issue Date :Nov-1991
Abstract :"Katakashira" or "Katakajirayuui" in Ryukyuan dialect is the name given to the hairstyle for adult males. In Ryukyuan dances, 2 "kanzashi", "jifaa" or "ushizashi" (large ornamental hair-pins) are placed in the hairstyle in the case of classical dances but in the case of folk dances, where the dancers represent the common people, none are used. The effect of the hairstyle, where the hair is tightly gathered on top of the head in a topknot, is considered one of vitality and strength. The same hairstyle is used for all of the men's dances e. g. kagiyadefu, takareiramanzai, wakashu kutibushi, (zei, nubuikuduchi, kudaiku duchi), menuhama, hatomabushi, agichikuten. However, different costumes, accessories and headgear are used.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :0386-5738
Publisher :琉球大学教育学部
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/29942
Citation :琉球大学教育学部紀要 第一部・第二部 no.39 p.287 -303
Appears in Collections:No.39 (1991/11)

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