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Oct. 8, 2023
Mikoshi Town Gyotoku At this time of year, festivals are held in various places in the local Gyotoku! And Gyotoku was protected as the tenryō of Tokugawa Ieyasu. Gyotoku, which has a deep history, is both a little-known hidden gem spot and a place ♪ to feel autumn. [40% of the mikoshi in Japan] is Gyotoku mikoshi! !️ In 1991 (1991 (Heisei 3)) in Koto-ku, Tokyo The headquarters mikoshi of Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine was made as a mikoshi famous as the best golden mikoshi in Japan! It is a gorgeous mikoshi also called a billion yen mikoshi, but when this mikoshi was delivered, it seems that the funato shrine was reproduced spectacularly! Why don't you come ☺️ and see the mikoshi this autumn season?
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Nishiokoppe, Hokkaido
Sep. 26, 2023
【Shrine Festival】 The other day, a shrine festival was held to give thanks for the fruits of autumn. On September 7, The West Xingbu district was released on September 11. In the morning, lanterns hung on street lamps It was swaying in the wind. The mikoshi procession is blue and orange happi coat, The banners and fans held up by elementary and junior high school students, as well as the costumes of children, are brightly colored. From nursery school children to adults, People of various generations living in the village lined up, We spent about two hours parading around the city. The lion dance by five junior high school students was also spectacular. Too many photo opportunities The photo folder is full.
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Sep. 20, 2023
The Oi Shrine Grand Festival is also called the "Obi Festival" and is a festival in which the god of Oi Shrine returns to the old shrine site (inn) once every three years. Today, for three days including the second Sunday in October, a gorgeous festival is held in the town of Shimada where dainu, daimyo processions, Kashima odori, street stall dances from 1st Avenue to 5th Avenue, and ground dances are held. Especially on the last day, all of them form a large procession together with the mikoshi procession, and they slowly parade for a whole day for a round trip of about 4 km from Oi Shrine to the inn. Due to the appearance and swing of the dainu at this time, as well as the unique form of Kashima Odori, the obi festival has come to be counted as one of the three strange festival in Japan. In addition, since the Edo period, first-class entertainers from Edo have been invited to choreographed dances in each town, Nagauta, and shamisen, and Nagauta in particular is also called "Nagauta Festival" because the iemoto of each school competed for throat.
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