Makura Matsuri as colorful carp banners, at Hine-Jinja Shrine, Izumisano City, Osaka

4th - 5th May, 2017 | at Hine-Jinja Shrine, Izumisano City, Osaka The old temple which was on the name at Engishiki and Kokunai Jimmyo-cho, and Soja of Hineno・Kaminogo・Nagataki district in Izumisano city, Hineno.
The deity is Emperor Jimmu's father・ugayafukiaezunomikoto, and mother・Tamayorihime. One of the 5 shrine in Izumi country(Otori, Izumianash, Hijiri, Tsugawa, Hine).
Hineno became kujo family's manor in Kamakura period, advance the development such as pond and waterway were made, then Hineno shrine was called Oiseki Daimyojin. But shinto shrine was destroyed by fire by Hideyoshi in Tenshou era 4(1576). Current shinto shrine was rebuilt by Hideyori in Keichou era 5(1600)(prefectural Designated Cultural Property).
Makura festival takes place every May is the character of festival that put colorful pillows to banner, and parade in village. Yu festival in July is dedicated 5 shrines lead dance.   official website ››  http://www.rinku.zaq.ne.jp/hine-jinja/sairei.html


  • Makura Matsuri as colorful carp banners, at Hine-Jinja Shrine, Izumisano City, Osaka   Makura Matsuri as colorful carp banners, at Hine-Jinja Shrine, Izumisano City, Osaka
      まくら祭り(日根神社―大阪府泉佐野市日根野)

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