[Image1]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image2]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image3]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image4]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image5]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image6]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image7]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image8]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image9]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god
[Image10]Chiba ShrineThe main shrine of the North Star god

Chiba Shrine

The main shrine of the North Star god "Myomi-sama". The star of man = Evil removal that controls fate, removes bad stars and leads to good stars, and eight directions that avoid disasters related to the azimuth. Prayer is a lot of worship in search of two powers. Although it is located in the city, it is also famous as a Power Spot where you can feel a mysterious atmosphere when you step inside.

According to the legend of Chiba Shrine, when Chiba Tsuneshige moved his residence from Oshii Castle to Inohana Castle, he brought the Myomi-son, which had been handed down from his ancestors, to this place and built the Myomi-sha. After that, it was revered as the guardian deity of the Chiba clan until Chiba Shigetsu was destroyed by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in the 18th year of Tensho (1590), and the temple was abolished by the Meiji era separation decree and became the Chiba Shrine to enshrine the main life of Tengochu.

The annual summer festival "Myōken Taisai" has been held without interruption since the first festival began in the second year of Taiji (1127) and has become a tradition in Chiba.

■ Access:
・ 10 minutes walk from JR Chiba Station Central Ticket Gate East Exit
・10 minutes by car from Anagawa IC in Keiyo Province

■Address: 1-16-1 Hospital, Chuo-ku, Chiba City

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