藤間 蘭黃（ふじま らんこう）
• Birth：November 6, 1962
He is the successor to the Fujima Family, which has been located at “Daichi” since it was awarded during the Edo period. When he was five, he started learning Nihonbuyo dance from his grandmother, Fujiko Fujima (Important Intangible Cultural Heritage) and his mother Rankei Fujima. He has devoted himself to passing on the classical works handed down by the Daichi School for many generations and popularizing Japan traditional dance "Nihon Buyo", and has guided many students ranging from beginners to masters at the same time as he has given many public performances. He is a member of the Nihon Buyo Goyokai. He studied Nagauta music under the head of the school, the late Shojiro Kineya VI, Komparu school Noh under the late Nobutaka Komparu, and tea ceremony of the Urasenke school under Sokujitsuan. He also studied Hayashi (musical accompaniment) under the late Seiko Tosha, and his stage name is Kiyoshi Tosha. His creative works have been highly praised and the success of the work, “Nobunaga”, that he presented in 2015, earned him the Sixty-sixth Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Art Encouragement Prize. “Japan Cultural Envoy FY2016” for the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan.