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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
5 days ago
Sunday, July 7 Sunset Village Kids Festa ~Tanabata Festival~ Yesterday, 7/7 (Sunday), the collaboration event "Sunset Village Kids Festa ~Tanabata Festival~" was Held in at the Wind Hall in Gokase Winery 👨 👩 👧 👦🎋✨ and the Sunset Village Promotion Conference and the Child-Rearing Support Center It's like a wind hall ... The wind was quite strong, but it couldn't have 🥵☀️ been a sunnier day It doesn't matter! The children are full of 💪✨ energy There was a water play booth set up at the venue! Fire water guns in the pool, fly various soap jade, play with water balloon yo-yos... It was a great success from morning until the end of the 🔫👏 event At the stage presentation, I moved my body with the music in rhythmics, sang together in a mini concert, read Picture books and watched and listened seriously to the Panel Theater with great interest ... The hula dance in a special collaboration with the Local brass band "G Band" was also a great Gari 🥳🙌 Restrooms available were also available for wind instruments, percussion instruments, and koto, and the children were 🎺🎶 very excited about the live instruments that they rarely touch It was 🌭🥤🍧 very crowded with Mr./Ms. Stalls such as BLANCO ice cream Mr./Ms. Stalls from the neighboring Yamato Town, drinks and food that both children and Adult are happy with, and fun raffles On the second floor of the cool wine hall, a photo exhibition and photo session Mr./Ms. Midori Tsunoda were also Held in, and 👏 she took 📸✨ a Mr./Ms.lot of photos of the wonderful and new scenery of Gokase On the same floor, there was a nursing room and a rest room, and it was 🍼💕 friendly to small children In the afternoon, all the visitors wrote their wishes on strips of paper and tied them to the bamboo, and the bamboo, 🎋 which had been naked, was decorated with vivid colors, and it seemed 🥹✨ that and 😌 heart was washed by the gentle requests with a lot of individuality At the venue, which was designed to be comfortable for parents and Mr./Ms., the children who played to their heart's content were drenched from head to toe and went home 🥰👏 with smiles of great satisfaction 😊 Places and opportunities where children can smile and enjoy themselves to the fullest are precious, and 😳✨ it was a great day that I 👍👍👍 wish there would be more and more wonderful events like this
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Iwanai Tourism Association
6 days ago
July 7 ~ July 9 Iwauchi Shrine Annual Grand Festival Held in The Iwauchi Shrine Annual Grand Festival is a festival that is familiar to the Locals as a "Inai Festival". As the Yoimiya Festival on the 7th, the Japan Festival on the 8th, and the Return Festival on the 9th, the portable shrine is passed on the 8th and 9th. Saruta Hikomei and Uzu Memei are appointed from the Honkai at the age of 42 that year. On the 9th, the national highway was completely closed to traffic, and the sight of two portable shrines running up the "Shrine Slope" at once is sure to take your breath away. Town Intangible folk cultural assets's "Akasaka Guy" is also a highlight. You can check the detailed schedule on the Iwauchi Shrine website. Don't miss this once-a-year opportunity!
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Fukui Prefectural Tourism Federation
8 days ago
Hello! This is the Fukui Tourism Federation. Fukui Prefecture is the area that is attracting the most attention now that access from Tokyo has become more convenient due to the extension of the Hokuriku Shinkansen. We will continue to disseminate Fukui Prefecture's Sightseeing spot Information and gourmet food, so thank you! ◆ What is Fukui Prefecture? Fukui Prefecture is a prefecture facing the Sea of Japan in the Chubu region, and with the extension of the Hokuriku Shinkansen between Kanazawa and Tsuruga on March 16, 2024, access from Tokyo has been connected in as little as 2 hours and 51 minutes. Since about 80% of the dinosaur fossils in Japan have been excavated here in Fukui Prefecture, it is also called the "Dinosaur Kingdom" and many facilities related to dinosaurs Restrooms available. In addition, Fukui Prefecture, which faces the Sea of Japan, is a Fisheries of One of the best in Japan, Restrooms available you can eat Fresh Seafood. In particular, "Echizen Snow Crab", "Wakasa Pufferfish" and "Echizen Flounder" are high-quality Gastronomical delicacies that can only be eaten here. Fukui Prefecture is also one of the world's one of the most eyewear producers, producing 95% of frames made in Japan. ◆Introducing popular Sightseeing spots in Fukui Prefecture Fukui Prefecture is broadly divided into the following four areas. ◇Awara, Sakai, Fukui City area ◇Eiheiji Temple / Okuetsu Area ◇Wakasaji area ◇Tannan Area Here, we will introduce recommended Sightseeing spots for each area. ◇Awara, Sakai, Fukui City area ・Tojinbo Often used in the climax scene of suspense dramas, Tojinbo is a cliff that stretches for about 1 kilometer, and has been selected as "The World's Three Greatest Scenic Spots", "National Natural Monument", "One of the 100 best geological sites in Japan", and "100 best sunsets in Japan". Thereare in recent years has also become popular as a spot where you can see the "Green Flash", in which the sun glows green for only a few seconds as it sets over the Sea of Sea of Japan. ・Fukui Castle Ruins It is the ruins of a castle built in 1606 by Tokugawa Ieyasu's second son "Hideyasu Yuki", and now the stone wall remains, and it There are popular as a famous place for cherry blossoms. ◇Eiheiji Temple / Okuetsu Area ・Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum It is one of the world's three major dinosaur museums, and exhibits about 50 dinosaur skeletons, fossils and markers, dioramas, Reconstructed models, etc. It is a Spot that everyone from children to Adults can enjoy. ・daihonzan Eiheiji Temple It is a Zen training dojo opened by Zen Master Dogen, and many Monks in ascetic training are still practicing even now. ◇Wakasaji area ・Mizu Island It is a small uninhabited island at the tip of the Tsuruga Peninsula, and you can cross to the island by ferry that runs daily during the Bathing in the sea. Because of its beauty, it is also called the "Hawaii of Hokuriku". ・Mikata Five Lakes The five lakes of Mikata Lake, Lake Suigetsu Lake, Lake Suga Lake, Lake Kugushi Lake, and Lake Hiruga Lake, which straddle the towns of Mihama Town and Wakasa Town in Fukui Prefecture, are collectively called the Mikata Five Lakes. It is also called the "five-colored lake" because all the lakes have a different blue color. ◇Tannan Area ・Murasaki Shikibu Park This park was created because Murasaki Shikibu was a literature scholar of the Heian period who spent time in Takefu City, Fukui Prefecture. You can see the golden Murasaki Shikibu statue wearing 12 single garments. ・Kazura Bridge With a total length of 44 meters, it is a suspension bridge of Squid Zura, which is rare in Japan. Restrooms available that if you pledge your love on the bridge, you will be happy forever. ◆ For sightseeing in Fukui Prefecture, "Hapi Bus" is recommended If you want to see popular Spots in Fukui Prefecture, we recommend "Hapi Bus". Hapi Bus is a regular sightseeing bus tour that allows you to visit attractive Sightseeing spots scattered around Fukui Prefecture safely and comfortably. You can choose a course that suits you, such as a seasonal course for each season and a course to compare the fruits of Fukui. It operates from one person, and Included amount the admission fee. You will also be accompanied by a guide, so you can fully enjoy your trip to Fukui. For details, please see the "Hapi Bus" Home page. ◆Representative festivals of Fukui Prefecture ◇Mikuni Festival It is a historic festivals held every May that has continued since the Edo period. It is one of the Three major Hokuriku festivals, and the sight of a festival float procession of Samurai Dolls with a height of 6.5 Meters parading through the In the town is impressive. ◇Toro Nagashi and Grand Fireworks Festival At the festival held every August in Tsuruga City, colorful "paper lantern" dye the sea with Kehi Pine Grove in the background, and about 8,000 fireworks Gari Ocean. ◇Tsuruga Festival (Kibi Jingu Festival) It is a festival held every September in Tsuruga City, and is Famous as "Kehi Long Festival" because it is held over 14 days. ◆Recommendations for Fukui Prefecture Recommendations for Fukui Prefecture, which has a Seasonal Nature environment, historical sights, delicious food, and traditional culture. Fukui Prefecture has been ranked first overall in the "Happiness Ranking of All 47 Prefectures" for five consecutive times. We will continue to introduce such Recommendations of Fukui Prefecture in COOL JAPAN VIDEOS, so thank you!
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Gokase Towns, Miyazaki Prefecture Shopping and Souvenirs】Special Product Center Gokase Along National Route 218, on the border of Miyazaki Prefecture and Kumamoto Prefectures, "Specialty Center Gokase" Fresh vegetables made by farmers Mr./Ms. Specialty Products and Local in Gokase In the town are lined up. At the Shokudo, you can enjoy "Gokase Udon noodles and buckwheat noodles" with a whole honeydew stewed Yamame grown in Gokase, and "Tokuhor Bowl" that won the Grand Prix in the Miyazaki B-class gourmet contest. 〇Business hours 【Shop】9:00~18:00 【Shokudo】11:00~16:00 〇Regular holiday 【Shop】Open open all year 【Shokudo】Year-end and New Year holidays 〇Inquiries Phone: 0982-82-1400 Fax: 0982-82-1252
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Kiso Tourist Federation
8 days ago
[July 2024 Kiso Festival] Kiso will be the festival Information of July, which will be held in various places. Starting with the famous Mikoshi (portable shrine) roll in Fukushima, Kiso Town, you can enjoy colorful festivals in various places. Please come and visit us! ♦July 12 (Fri), 13 (Sat) Yabuhara Shrine Annual Grand Festival (Kiso Village Yabuhara) A powerful festival in which two lions, male and female, perform a dance of two lions, male and female, on the stalls of making << total Cypress trees. >> ♦July 13 (Sat), 14 (Sun) Higashiyama Shrine Summer Annual Grand Festival (Nagiso Town Midono) <portable shrine parade carrying a portable shrine while singing a song. > ♦July 14 (Sun), 15 (Mon) Susao Shrine Festival (Okuwa Village Nojiri) << they carry their portable shrine and Parade Town, and at the end, they are led by the flame of torches to enter the mountain. >> ♦July 22 (Tue), 23 (Wed) Mizunashi Shrine Festival (Mikoshi (portable shrine) roll) (Kiso Town Fukushima) << "Sosuke! Kiso's strange festival that excitingly sprees Mikoshi horizontally and vertically with a shout. fireworks will also Gari on the 22nd. >> ♦July 23 (Wed), 24 (Thu) Wachipo Shrine Summer Annual Grand Festival (Tsumago juku) <<, with a shout of "goodbye to Gemo", the portable shrine parade the Shukuba. >> ♦July 26 (Fri), 27 (Sat) Deer Shrine Festival (Okuwa Village Suhara) <<, the fierce pushing of the portable shrine with the shout of "Let's give it to you, let's put it back" is a sight to behold. >> ♦July 27 (Sat) Cypress trees summer festival (Agematsu town) << in preparation for next year's Sacred Tree Festival, we will hold a fireworks festival with Mikihiki. >> ♦July 27 (Sat), 28 (Sun) Ontake Shrine Annual Grand Festival (Otaki village) << "Three Swords Dance" and dances by priestesses are Dedication. >> Information about the Festival is also Publication on the Home Page "Kiso Valley Torippu"!
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Miyazaki Prefecture Gokase Towns Traditional Performing Arts】Usu Drum Dance The Usu Drum Dance, which is danced during the Great Autumn Festival of Gion Shrine, was Dedication on the 9th day of the 9th month of the lunar calendar in ancient times, so it is also called "Kunchi Odori" and has been danced for more than 400 years. It is said that it began when the Heike clan, who had been driven out of Kyoto and continued to wander in exile, danced in the village of Kuraoka on their way to the unexplored mountain village of Shiiba, while surviving the glamorous capital of Kyoto. The dance, which shows a dignified demeanor in elegance, remembers the hearts of the people of the capital and is Dedication to the annual autumn festival of Gion Shrine every year. < legendary thing>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In the first year of Bunji (1185), at the end of the Minamoto War, the remnants of the Taira family, who were defeated in the battle of Dannoura, escaped the pursuit of the Minamoto clan and continued to flee to the hinterland, reaching the village of Kuraoka, and on the way to Mt. Shiiba, they left the weak, women and children in the mountains near Kuraokanami due to the bad road in the deep mountains. In the second year of Genkyu, the Kamakura shogunate did not relent in its pursuit of the remnants of the Heike family, and ordered Nasu Daihachiro Munehisa to hunt down the clan that had fled to the Kyushu Mountains. It is said that Nasu Daihachiro's party, which entered the village of Kuraoka to go to Shiiba after receiving the order, realized that the Heike villagers who remained in Kuraoka had no will to fight, and held a dance of the Kuretsu Doshu to comfort them on the long journey, abandon the luxury of the winners, and take pity on the losers. ‐--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It is said that the dance at the time described above became the basis of Kuraoka's Usu Drum Dance, and it remains in its current form after rising and falling with the times and moving several times. Dancing to the Drums and Hooks shows a dignified demeanor in elegance. In recent years, the Gion Shrine Usu Drum Dance Preservation Society has inherited the dance with the cooperation of children and Ujiko (shrine parishioners) of Gokase Nature School. Usu Drum Dance Date... October 9 of each year
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Gokase Towns, Miyazaki Prefecture Traditional Performing Arts】Kuraoka Bar Jutsu The school of Kuraoka Bar Jutsu is "Daisha-ryu", which is said to be a military method opened by Marume Kurato (Higo Sagara Domain), one of the four heavenly kings of Shinin-ryu, and is also called Shinkage Daisha Mujo-ryu, and there is a first look at Kuraoka in the early Edo period, but after that, it passed through Umamihara and Shiiba Village Omae, and was taught to the people of Kuraoka again at the end of the field. There are two types of sticks used in the Kuraoka stick technique: a long rod of 6 shaku 2 inches (about 188 cm) and a half stick of 3 shaku (about 91 cm). As a general rule, there are more than 30 types of katas, such as a long stick and a half-stick strike, a stick and a sword, and the type that uses a sword is usually called a "white blade". The Kuraoka Bar Art Preservation Society Dedication the "White Blade" at the Annual Grand Festival of Gion Shrine in the summer and provides Tradition guidance to students of Kuraoka Junior High School.
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Miyazaki Prefecture Gokase Towns Traditional Performing Arts】Murono Yoi Kagura The Murono Yoi Kagura of Sankasho Shrine is said to have been transmitted from the Mulberry Uchi Shrine Kagura and Furutono Shrine Kagura of the Iwato Kagura lineage during the Meiji period. The dance of the sake strainer has become a merry dance of a peasant couple. In the mid-Meiji period, in order to dedication Kagura to the festival of Mt. Mt. Konpira in the center of the Murono and Akaya districts, Mr. Suke, the first Kaimin of the Murono district, Tradition Kagura was handed down from Furutono, and it continues to this day. After a Period hiatus, they were reunited and the request of Kagura Dedication for the penetration ceremony of the Tsubana Tunnel in 1972 (Showa 47). Murono Yoi Kagura's schedule... 2nd Saturday of December
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Gokase Towns, Miyazaki Prefecture Traditional Performing Arts】Kuraoka Gion Kagura Kuraoka Gion Kagura is a kagura Tradition that has been handed down to the Gion Shrine in Kuraoka, and it is said that it began with dancing in the wide garden of Koga Burei Shrine in the Enki ceremony. In the 2nd year of the Lunar Calendar and the 4th year of Juei (1185), the Heike Ichimon, who had been defeated in the Battle of Dannoura, made a series of escapes to the Kyushu Mountains, reached the land of Kuraoka, and then explored deeper into the mountains and penetrated into Shiiba. At this time, Kyoto's Kagura, Gagaku, Ise Kagura, etc., which were handed down by the Heike clan, were infiltrated by the traditional Kagura, and with the progress of time, it became a Kagura with a unique appearance. It is said that the tone of Kagura is made of Traditional Japanese straw raincoat trees growing in the unexplored area of Mt. Shiraiwa, stretched with Deer skins caught in Okuyama, Drums tightened at both ends with hemp ropes, flutes made by drilling holes in shinobamboo, and the elegant sound and strange investigation of the metropolitan tone by clapping hands became a unique Kagura rhythm and formed Kuraoka Kagura. In July of 2023 (Reiwa 5), the Kuraoka Gion Kagura Preservation Society restored this ancient Kagura Drum. Kuraoka Gion Kagura Schedule... Mid-July (Gion Shrine), Early October (Gion Shrine), Mid-November (Tianjin Shrine)
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Gokase Towns, Miyazaki Prefecture Traditional Performing Arts】Mulberry Nouchi Shrine Kagura Mulberry Nouchi Kagura began in 1870 (Meiji 3) on the existing mai at the beginning of the Meiji era, and it is said that Kagura began in parallel because Mulberry Nouchi Shrine moved to Dobu in the same year. The mask is "Hannya-men", which is used more often than other Kagura, and is characterized by a fast tempo. Tradition activities are carried out throughout the community to pass on to future generations, and we are focusing on training successors. In Spring and autumn, dedications are held at the Mulberry Nouchi Shrine Grand Festival, and in January, kagura dedications are held throughout the night to pray for a bountiful harvest of five grains and the safety of residents. Mulberry Nouchi Shrine Night Kagura Schedule ... 2nd Saturday of January every year
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Gokase Towns, Miyazaki Prefecture Traditional Performing Arts】Kotono Shrine Kagura During the Muro Town period, the local Kagura and Iwato Kagura were combined and Dedication and performed rituals, but in the process of being revived several times, Ise Kagura was mixed and became a slow-paced (six-tone) Kagura, which continues to this day. The "opening of the rock door of heaven" was Restrooms available in this Kagura Origin, and it was danced to pray for a bountiful harvest and the safety of the family. Since the 6th year of Taisho 6) (1917), prayers for extinguishing the fire have been combined, and today traffic safety has been included, and the Night Kagura Festival is held every January. Furutono Shrine Night Kagura Schedule... Mid-January
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
8 days ago
【Gokase Towns, Miyazaki Prefecture Traditional Performing Arts】Araodori (UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage) Gokase no Araodori is a style dance that was designated as an important Intangible folk cultural assets designated by the government on January 8, Showa 62. (The prefectural designation was 1962 (Showa 37) May 15) 2021 (Reiwa 3) (2021) In February 2021, 41 "Furyu Odori" from all over Japan, including Gokase no Araodori, were selected as candidates for proposal for UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, and in March of the same year, a proposal was submitted to UNESCO, which was 2022 (Reiwa 4) registered on November 30. "Furyu Odori" is a folk performing arts that embodies the spirit of "Furyu" that is glamorous and eye-catching, and dances to songs, flutes, Drums, and kane, etc., with a lot of attention to costumes and belongings. This Furyu Odori has been designated as a nationally designated Important Intangible Folk Cultural Asset in 42 locations nationwide (25 prefectures, 43 cities and towns), and is the only one in Miyazaki Prefecture to be designated as "Gokase no Araodori". It contains the prayers of people who wish for a peaceful life, such as disaster removal, memorial services for the dead, prayers for a good harvest, and begging for rain, and local people of all ages participate in festivals and annual events. It reflects the history and climate of each region and plays a major role as a Minamoto of regional vitality. Gokase no Araodori is said to have been started by Sakamoto Iga Mori Masayuki, the castle owner of Sakamoto Castle (upper reaches of the Mikasho River), to raise the morale of the warriors when they went to war during the Tensho year (1573~92). Later, in the Keicho year (1596~1615), his grandson Sakamoto Yamashiro Mori Irido Kyukaku decreed the Dedication to the guardian god Nikami Daimyojin (now Sankasho Shrine). At that time, it is said that the successor of the temple called "Shinbochi" was held at the funeral, and the monkeys kept in the temple were also sent to dance with him. One theory is that the dance was introduced from Sakamoto in Omi Province (present-day Shiga Prefecture), but according to the "Nichishu Takachiho Kokonbari Ranki" (Hyuga Local Historical Sources, Vol. 4), "The descendants of Sasaki Rokkaku Takayori of Omi defected to Takachiho and served the Mitai clan, and their descendants called themselves the Saho clan, the Sakamoto clan, and the Mazaki clan." However, the Sakamoto clan here is not the Sakamoto clan of Sakamoto Castle, but the Sakamoto clan of Kanegase from Mukaiyama, Restrooms available this is a Minamoto surname, not the Ōkami surname or the Fujiwara surname, but a separate lineage. The date of the rough dance... The fourth Sunday of September every year
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Miyazaki Gokase Tourism Association
9 days ago
【Miyazaki Prefecture Gokase Town Sightseeing spot】Gion Shrine Gion Shrine was founded around the 16th year of the 29th Emperor Kinmei (around 525 AD) as a guardian deity of prayers for the elimination of this evil disease and misfortune in the land of Kuraoka, which is located in the center of the area, due to the epidemic of a plague in the "Chiho-go" area in central Kyushu. He is affectionately known as "Gion Mr./Ms." by the local people. A persimmon tree that is said to have been Prayer and planted by Nasu Daihachiro and Munemasa in the 2nd year of Genkyu Precincts Located in. It is designated as a Towns Natural Monument and is a huge tree with a height of 37 m with an estimated age of about 800 years. God of worship: Susanoo no Mikoto, Traditional Japanese straw raincoat Mikoto, Oonamuchi no Mikoto, Kushinada Hime no Mikoto, Itsuse no Mikoto, Su Min Mirai, Kyodan Mirai, Tenma Tenjin, Ashina Shiijin, Tenna Shiijin, Inari Daimyojin
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