Mr. Yasuhiro Mori, a former resident of Hashima Island

He brought out a big drum called "chinga-chin-chin-nare."

He was born in 1926. His father was engaged in sorting out coal at the Hashima Coal Mine, and he and his father moved to Hashima Island when he was merely in kindergarten. After graduating from the Jinjo Higher Elementary School of Hashima Island, he worked as a blacksmith outside the mines. After the war, he worked inside the mines in mining and filling coal, and also worked as a foreman. On his days off, he would see Korean laborers dancing in the dormitory of the company housing for day laborers, beating large drums that they had brought with them all the way from Korea.