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Yabusame-shinji (Yabusame horseback archery ritual) 流鏑馬神事
16th September 1pm

Yabusame-shinji (Yabusame horseback archery ritual) 流鏑馬神事

Yabusame was originated in middle of 6th century as a Shinto ritual. Today there are various styles and manners of Yabusame inherited by different shrines and particular families.


Suzumushi-Hojosai  (Releasing Bell Crickets) 鈴虫放生祭

14th - 16th September
Reitai-sai (Annual Major Festival) 例大祭
14th September 4:30am
Hamaori-shiki (Purification at the Coast Ritual) 浜降式
14th September 6pm
Yoimiya-sai (Evening Ceremony) 宵宮祭
15th September 1pm
Shinko-sai (Portable Shrine Procession) 神幸祭
22nd September 10am
Soreisha-shuki-reisai (Ancestral Shrine Autumn Ceremony) 祖霊社秋季例祭

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