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Gion Matsuri(= Festival) is one of the biggest festivals in Japan.
It was started in 869 A.D when a bad plague spread through Kyoto. In the first festival, young men carried numbers of wooden floats. It was a divine intervention to stop the plague. The plague soon ended, and this event became a popular festival.
Gion Bayashi is a special music of Gion Matusri. Yama-cho and hoko-cho have each music band, and every band has about thirty songs. Gion Bayashi is played with Japanese bamboo flutes (="fue"), drums(="taiko") and small gong(="kane"). The sound of Gion Bayashi is generally expressed "kon-chiki-chin". This is the mimic of the sound of the small gong. During the Yamahoko Junko, Gion Bayashi is played. Before yama and hoko reach to Otabijo, slow and majestic Gion Bayashi called Kagura are played. After that, quick Gion Bayashi called Modoribayashi are played.
This movie is a scene of the pubilc workout of the Gion Bayashi by the MINAMI-KANNON-YAMA Hayashi-Kata(= musical band).