Autumn Friday through Monday, including the second Monday of every October
Hōjō Autumn Festival
- Performing arts
This festival is a general term for festivals held at Kunitsuhiko-no-Mikoto-Jinja Shrine and Kashima-Jinja Shrine, which is located offshore.
This is one of the three largest wild portable shrines in Japan.
Various Shinto rituals such as “Mikoshi otoshi” and “Mikoshi Misogi” which are called violent mikoshi, the danger that is marching bravely, and “Kaineri odori” which is danced gracefully on the boat are held.
The mikoshi otoshi is dropped from the 39 stone steps many times until the object of worship appears. This event is not only fierce but divinely powerful.
- The entire Hōjō area
- Friday through Monday, including the second Monday of every October
- Free of charge
- Who are you traveling with?
- Please be aware that changes may be made to the information due to various circumstances.
For the latest information, please contact the respective facilities directly.
- 089-948-6991 [Kazahaya activation council office]
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