Wakamiya Inari Shrine, Nagasaki

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  • It is said that Wakamiya Inari Shrine, which is known as "Wakamiya the old shrine", began with the beginning of The Enbo (1673), the first year of The Enpo (1673), the guardian deity of the North-South Dynasty, Masanari Tochigi, who was enshrined in his residence by Otona Wakasugi, a carpenter town of Otona, and Kisanta Wakasugi. Because it is near Kameyama shrine, it seems that many shishi including Sakamoto Ryoma visited. It is a small and cute shrine. It is widely known for the bamboo art dedicated to the annual festival on October 14 and 15 every year. "Taken gei" is an event dedicated to the autumn festival, and two young people with men's and women's faces perform acrobatics on two green bamboos 10 meters high.
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  • "Takengei" is dedicated at the festival held on October 14.15 every year. When I arrived 30 minutes ago, there were already quite a few people in the precincts. The art performed without a lifeline is impressive with a powerful score. It is recommended to have a night when you can see the white figure of a fox floating in the night sky.
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  • At the event dedicated to the annual festival of the autumn of Wakamiya Inari Shrine in Nagasaki City, two people wearing the face of a man and a woman perform acrobatics on two green bamboos about 10 meters high. Every time I rocked the bamboo to the point where I was worried that the bamboo would break, there were screams and cheers from the audience. In addition, the two chicks sprinkle the lucky rice cake from the bamboo to the audience, but the climax shoots the live chicken that the man had put in his bosom from the height of 10m into the air in order to behave to the audience. Chickens seem to be a favorite of the rabbits.
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  • Although it was quite difficult to climb the approach, the scenery is good, and the red Torii has a taste.
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  • I do not think that there is also a shrine that is lined with many torii casually in such a residential area. There is a small Ryoma-san, and I felt that the impression of rare shrine was perfect lol
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  • It's on top of a mountain or on a hill. It climbs considerably. It is a very nice place to visit. The shrine is a place with a very atmosphere. There is a statue of Ryoma Sakamoto, the legs are from the frame, it seems to represent the figure that does not fit the frame of Ryoma. EMA of celebrities are left behind. The Red seal was also very nice.
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  • A popular place to wait for patriot related to the Edo period. Because the stone steps are tight, the route down from the park on the mountain is recommended. The scenery is also quite good.
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  • I've never been to Nagasaki only by work, so I can't always visit Coco properly. I'm very interested in this mossy shrine, but I just put my hand together from afar. Sorry.
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