This application was created to let you know more about the topics about Hie Shrine in Nagata-cho, Tokyo and the events held at this shrine, so that you can enjoy yourself.
[What is the Sanno Festival?]
The Sanoe Festival of Hie Shrine is held in June every year, during which various small and large festivals such as a tea ceremony and a child procession are held. It was also called the "Tenka Matsuri" or "Gosai Matsuri," because the Edo Shogunate paid for the festival because it was the guardian deity of Edo Castle.
[Regular festival and Shinko festival]
The most important festivals of the Sanno festival are the annual festival held on June 15th every year and the Shinsai festival held every other year.
The annual festival is the most important ritual held at any shrine nationwide, and the dates are closely related to the shrine.
Kamikosai is an event that goes around each Ujiko town with a god on a phoenix, and is currently held every other year alternately with Kanda Myojin. Originally, the Hie shrine was originally enshrined in Edo Castle, and was transferred to Edo Castle, where it was listed by successive shoguns. Even today, worthy of the name of the World Celebration, a procession of about 500 people in gorgeous costumes, walking about 20 kilometers in each Ujiko town.
[Outline of application]
◇Outline of Hie Shrine
We will give you an overview of the entire Hie Shrine.
◇ Good weather
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We will guide you to access to Hie Shrine and the surrounding spots.
Information on the Hie Shrine Twitter official account is provided in real time.
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