|New Year's Day festival||January 1|
|Traditional end of winter festival||February 3|
|Deferred anniversary (eve)||March 16||When the setting sun sets Kano event|
|Ceremony of offering prayers for the nation's security and good harvest||March 17||From 9:00 a.m.|
|Deferred anniversary||March 17||From 10:00 a.m.|
To dedicate an old man customary prelude player From 11:40 a.m.
|Child welfare festival||May 5||From 10:00 a.m.|
|Festival dedication report festival||Saturday when it is almost August 7 or Sunday|
|annual festival||August 7|
|The Niname festival||December 7|
|Monthly festival||For seven days, it is 17th every month|
The deferred anniversary is said to be "the fortune stick Festival".
In addition, the Kezurikake Shinto ritual is carried out.
As for the eve of the deferred anniversary,
Kano event is performed at the time when the sun sets.
"The flower" forms a New Year's festive bamboo twig hung with cakes
and talismans and the cover of the straw bag with a tree of
Acanthopanax sciadophylloides and gives glory to a twig of the lettuce
with silk floss. It is Shinto ritual to offer this branch
"Kashinsen" in the shrine,and to gain from it. |
Making a fortune stick in the middle of cutting and putting it in the shrine as God dashes and a worshiper wins a lottery and is given this God stick. It is a flow of the fortune stick Festival.