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Kin Ryôshô was a master of [[Ryukyuan dance]] and ''[[kumi odori]]''.
 
Kin Ryôshô was a master of [[Ryukyuan dance]] and ''[[kumi odori]]''.
  
Born in [[Shuri]], he received training from Yomitanzan ''peechin'' and other masters who had served during the time of the [[Kingdom of Ryukyu|Ryûkyû Kingdom]], performing dance and theater to welcome [[Chinese investiture envoys]]. While ''kumi udui'' and Ryukyuan dance changed with the times in [[Okinawa prefecture|Okinawa]], Kin Ryôshô transmitted his teachings - an accurate recreation of "authentic" "traditional" court forms best as he could remember them - to students in Hawaii, who continue his legacy today.
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Born in [[Shuri]], the son of [[Kin Ryojin|Kin Ryôjin]]<!--金武良仁, 1873-1936-->, he received training from Yomitanzan ''peechin'' and other masters who had served during the time of the [[Kingdom of Ryukyu|Ryûkyû Kingdom]], performing dance and theater to welcome [[Chinese investiture envoys]]. While ''kumi udui'' and Ryukyuan dance changed with the times in [[Okinawa prefecture|Okinawa]], Kin Ryôshô transmitted his teachings - an accurate recreation of "authentic" "traditional" court forms best as he could remember them - to students in Hawaii, who continue his legacy today.
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He was named a [[Living National Treasure]] for his role as a bearer of this traditional knowledge.
  
 
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*Charlene Gima, "Sustaining Tradition through Change in Shuri-Style Kumiwudui," EWC International Conference in Okinawa, Sept 2014.
 
*Charlene Gima, "Sustaining Tradition through Change in Shuri-Style Kumiwudui," EWC International Conference in Okinawa, Sept 2014.
 
*"[http://ryukyushimpo.jp/news/storyid-41143-storytopic-121.html Kin Ryôshô]," ''Okinawa Compact Encyclopedia'', Ryukyu Shimpo, 1 March 2003.
 
*"[http://ryukyushimpo.jp/news/storyid-41143-storytopic-121.html Kin Ryôshô]," ''Okinawa Compact Encyclopedia'', Ryukyu Shimpo, 1 March 2003.
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*Nobuko Ochner, "Reflecting on Ryukyuan and Okinawan Literary Studies" panel, presentation at Association for Asian Studies annual conference, Washington DC, 23 March 2018.
  
 
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[[Category:Artists and Artisans]]
 
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Revision as of 21:29, 27 March 2018

  • Born: 1908/3/8
  • Died: 1993/1/7
  • Japanese: 金武良章 (Kin Ryoushou)

Kin Ryôshô was a master of Ryukyuan dance and kumi odori.

Born in Shuri, the son of Kin Ryôjin, he received training from Yomitanzan peechin and other masters who had served during the time of the Ryûkyû Kingdom, performing dance and theater to welcome Chinese investiture envoys. While kumi udui and Ryukyuan dance changed with the times in Okinawa, Kin Ryôshô transmitted his teachings - an accurate recreation of "authentic" "traditional" court forms best as he could remember them - to students in Hawaii, who continue his legacy today.

He was named a Living National Treasure for his role as a bearer of this traditional knowledge.

References

  • Charlene Gima, "Sustaining Tradition through Change in Shuri-Style Kumiwudui," EWC International Conference in Okinawa, Sept 2014.
  • "Kin Ryôshô," Okinawa Compact Encyclopedia, Ryukyu Shimpo, 1 March 2003.
  • Nobuko Ochner, "Reflecting on Ryukyuan and Okinawan Literary Studies" panel, presentation at Association for Asian Studies annual conference, Washington DC, 23 March 2018.
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