Eisa is music with dance originally performed in Okinawa. It was originally a traditional folk performance for a memorial service for their ancestor's spirits. It's popular as a modern dance performance with drums around the world. Please note that drums for Eisa are not made of hard material. It's not as durable as other Japanese drums.
Light and bigger taiko drum for Eisa. It's hung from shoulder with sash and played with a stick. It produces lower sound.
Eisa Shime Daiko
Rope tensioned taiko drum for Eisa. It's held with a hand and played with another hand with a stick. It produces relatively high pitch sound.
Small drum for Eisa. It's held with a hand and played with another hand with a stick. It produces high pitch sound with less reverberation.