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釧路國一之宮 厳島神社
Sep. 30, 2023
\You can attend the monthly festival from 7 am on October 1st/ This shrine holds a monthly festival on the first day of every month. Until now, the ceremony was held only by priests, but it is now possible to accept general attendance. At the beginning of the month, I pray to the gods for the safety and health of the Imperial Family, the nation, and the safety and health of the family of all worshippers of Yaei and Ujiko. Anyone can participate free of charge without reservation, and there will be a lecture by the priest after the ritual. It will be a valuable opportunity to visit the ascending hall other than prayer, so please feel free to come if it is convenient for you. (Please note that this is not a personal prayer.) Date and time: About 30 minutes from 7 a.m. on the 1st of every month (excluding January 1) Location: Please come directly to the main shrine
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釧路國一之宮 厳島神社
Sep. 27, 2023
◆What is "Mokko Race"? It is a race in which participants run up the approach to Itsukushima Shrine from the bottom of the slope to the front of the shrine while carrying the mokko, a symbol of the fishing industry, and compete to see who can offer kelp to the gods first. It is a dedication event that wishes for the prosperity of the fishing industry and the prosperity of the region. ◆Venue Itsukushima Shrine Precincts (Address: 1-3-18 Yonemachi, Kushiro-shi) *Parking is limited. We apologize for the inconvenience, but please come to the venue after riding. ◆Date and time 2023 (Reiwa 5)October 9 (Mon) 13:00~15:00 * Canceled in case of rain ◆Participant reception time 12:00~12:30 on the day * If you do not accept the application in time, you may be disqualified. * Please apply in advance from the Google form. ◆ Time Schedule ☆ 12:00 Mokko race participants gather & reception starts ☆ 12:35 We will exorcise the participants of the Mokko race ☆ 12:50 Explanation of the rules to Mokko race participants ☆13:00 Mokko race starts (for each division) ☆ 14:30 General male division, guess the winner game (all visitors in the shrine precincts can participate) ☆ 14:45 General men's division final start ☆ 14:50 Announcement of the results of the game to guess the winner ☆14:55 Mokko Race Awards Ceremony ☆15:00 End * The time may change depending on the progress of the day and the number of participants. ※11:00~15:00 Children's festival & kitchen car & market will be held at the same time in the shrine precincts!  Details are described later ↓ ◆Mokko race participation fee Free ◆Number of applicants (1) Elementary and junior high school girls (5th to 3rd grade) 16 students  (2) Elementary junior high school boys (5th to 3rd grade) 16 people (3) General female division (high school students and above): 16 people (4) General male division (high school students and above): 32 people ※There is a handicap depending on age. * There is no upper age limit for participation in the general division. ◆Participation Prize We offer wonderful participation prizes according to age. Adults will receive a gift of "Sacred Sake". ◆ Winner Privilege The winner of each category is given the title of "Lucky Man of the Sea" and has the right to have the priest read out his name and pray for good luck at the monthly festival on the first day of every month. As supplementary prizes, the winner of the elementary and junior high school student division will receive a gift certificate worth 5,000 yen, and the winner of the general women's and general male divisions will receive a gift certificate worth 10,000 yen, as well as a lucky arrow. ◆Visitor benefits ・ Everyone who supports us at the venue can participate in the "Guess the Winner Game". ・ From those who guessed the winner, "10,000 yen gift certificate" and "5 people × 5 kg of rice" will be won by lottery. Please come to the venue. ◆ About participation application ・First deadline: Wednesday, October 3 2023 (Reiwa 5) ・ If the capacity is reached, it will be a "waiting list". Please note. ・ Those who have applied will be notified by e-mail with the details of the day by "October 6 2023 (Reiwa 5)". That's all. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Best regards.
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釧路國一之宮 厳島神社
Sep. 14, 2023
◎ The 15th of every month is a good day ◎ A good relationship is not limited to love, but I would like you to wish in your heart for the relationship you want to tie, such as a relationship with work, a relationship with a school destination, and a relationship with the path you should take. For those who receive the Mizuhiki Matchmaking Amulet and Matchmaking Prayer shuin stamps we will share the cutting of the five edges. When you go through the circle of prayer for good marriage, please go to the main shrine and purify yourself. (Left→ Right→ Left) After that, please go through the circle of good marriage prayers with your wishes and proceed to the main shrine. ■ Those who wish to mail ■ * Application acceptance period 9/15 First fruit fee 500 yen Shipping fee 180 yen per delivery address Please send it by registered mail to the following address. 〒085-0842 1-3-18 Yonemachi, Kushiro, Hokkaido 0154-41-4485 Itsukushima Shrine ◎ If you also receive the original shuin stamp books, we will send you the one you wrote directly. Blue shuin stamp books (small) 1,600 yen Blue shuin stamp books (small) commemorative seal 2,000 yen Purple / Pink shuin stamp books (large) 2,000 yen * A commemorative stamp will be included on the first page. * In principle, direct writing of shuin stamps is from 9:00 to 15:00, and during busy times and 15:00-17:00, it may be handed over. It is said that the Inari Shrine and Otoku Inari Shrine in the precincts are matchmaking, and the Ryujin Shrine is said to have a divine virtue that connects luck and connections between people. Please visit together with the main shrine.
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釧路國一之宮 厳島神社
Sep. 11, 2023
◎What is Mokko Race? ◎ Mokka is a wooden carrying basket used by fishermen to carry the fish and kelp they caught. I want to make it a specialty project that is typical of the fishing town of Kushiro! I came up with the idea together with the students of Kushiro University of Education. It is a race in which those who can carry a mokko filled with kelp, run up the long approach road, and play a drum are given the title of "Lucky Man of the Sea". ●Date and Time● 2023 (Reiwa 5)October 9 (Mon) 13:00~15:00 * Canceled in case of rain ●Participant reception time 12:00~12:30 on the day * If you do not accept the application in time, you may be disqualified. * After applying in advance from this Google form,  Please come to the reception area of the venue on the day of the event. ●Time Schedule ☆ 12:00 Mokko race participants gather & reception starts ☆ 12:45 We will exorcise the participants of the Mokko race ☆13:00 Mokko race starts (for each division) ☆ 14:30 General male division, guess the winner game (all visitors in the shrine precincts can participate) ☆ 14:45 General men's division final start ☆ 14:50 Announcement of the results of the game to guess the winner ☆14:55 Mokko Race Awards Ceremony ☆15:00 End * Depending on the progress of the day, the time may change) ※11:00~15:00 Children's festival & kitchen car & market will be held at the same time in the shrine precincts!  Details are described later ↓ ●Mokko Race Participation Fee Free ●Number of Applicants● (1) 16 girls in grades 5-6 of elementary school (2) 16 boys in grades 5~6 of elementary school (3) General women (high school students and above): 16 (4) General male (high school students and above): 32 * There is no upper age limit for generals, and general men have a handicap depending on their age. * Deadline as soon as the capacity of each department is reached ●Participation Prize We offer wonderful participation prizes according to age. Adults will receive a gift of "Sacred Sake". ●Winner's Privilege The winner of each category is given the title of "Lucky Man of the Sea" and has the right to have the priest read out his name and pray for good luck at the monthly festival on the first day of every month. As supplementary prizes, the winner of the elementary and junior high school student division will receive a gift certificate worth 5,000 yen, and the winner of the general women's and general male divisions will receive a gift certificate worth 10,000 yen, as well as a lucky arrow. ◆Visitor benefits ・ Everyone who supports us at the venue can participate in the "Guess the Winner Game". ・ From those who guessed the winner, "10,000 yen gift certificate" and "5 people × 5 kg of rice" will be won by lottery. Please come to the venue. ●How to apply● ・First deadline: Sunday 2023 (Reiwa 5) October 1 ・ If the capacity is reached, it will be a "waiting list". Please note. ・ Please fill in the necessary information such as "age, name, occupation (school / grade), phone number, email address, one word PR (e.g., I was selected as a relay athlete every year since I was a child, so I am confident in running!)" Please apply from Google Form. 【Application Google Form】 * You can read the "2D barcode" in the image and proceed to the participation application form.
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釧路國一之宮 厳島神社
Sep. 9, 2023
Today, we held the Chongyang Festival, Healing of Sickness and Health Prayer Festival. Odd numbers are Yang numbers, and the Chongyang Festival, which means that the maximum value of 9 overlaps, is the last of the five verses and is considered a day to celebrate longevity. It is also known as "Chrysanthemum Festival", but since chrysanthemums are used as medicinal herbs and are said to be beneficial for health and longevity, there was a custom of decorating and celebrating chrysanthemum flowers during the festival of Chongyang. At this shrine every year, only on this day, the sacred treasure "Enku Buddha" is open to the public. It is a Buddha statue carved by a monk called Enku, and since the Enku Buddha of this shrine is a medicine master Buddha holding a medicine urn in his hand, it is now open to the public on the day of celebration of health and longevity. Since this year was the first year after the Coronavirus pandemic, many people attended and performed the ritual.
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