Hello everyone! I’m Oryo, the second daughter of “Komachi Musume sisters”.
I was invited to a warm-hearted and merry manner, and I came to Shizuoka’s “Mishima Taisha” listed in one of the Japanese name companies.
Mishima Shrine is a shrine revered by Yoritomo Mori.
Harris, who is known for visiting Japan in the late Edo period and being known for signing the Japan – US Cooperation Agreement on Trade, also has a record of visiting this shrine, a shrine deeply involved with historical figures.
Although you can go from the front of Mishima station by the circulation bus “Seseragi”, you can only walk from sunny weather!
When Mt. Fuji ‘s melting water springs up and walk cleanly for about 20 minutes on the way where clean water goes here and there, I will arrive at Mishima Taisha.
This shrine here that about 460,000 people visit the New Year ‘s Shrine.
The buds of cherry blossoms have blown a lot, so will the cherry blossom festival be held today? Preparation of stalls is ongoing and weather seems to be good on weekends, so it seems to be crowded with lots of people ♪
Go through the main gate to the main hall – cherry trees on both sides. This is a cherry tree tunnel when in full bloom! I am sorry that cherry blossoms in full bloom can not be introduced to everyone. .
Before meeting the main hall with the cherry – blossom tunnel proceeded, there was “Buden(舞殿）”. Although I was performing Kagura and praying here, I danced Mai later, so I call it Buden. Currently it is also used for bean-festival events.
Well, main hall!
This place has been designated as an important cultural asset of the country in 2000, especially the characteristic is its height. There are also 23m and boast of one of the largest in the country alongside Izumo Taisha!
It’s powerful ~
There is also Itsukushima Shinto shrine, which Mr. Hosoyo’s wife, Masako Hojo believed to have believed, inside such Mishima Taisha. It is said that Misashi Taisha got rained as rain begins, heavy rain started falling, and faith grew as a prayer of rain, water, agriculture, and prayed for the good weather of the traveler crossing Hakone. It is thanks to Mishima Taisha for what I was sunny about today!
I received your gratitude ~