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The Shinto-style wedding ceremony
Significant ages (Yakudoshi) celebration ages 25, 42, and 61 for men, 19, 33, and 37 for women.
Prayer for family safety and happiness
Prayers for business success
Prayer for safe birth and delivery
Prayers for realization of heartfelt wishes
Prayers for recovery from illness
Prayer for academic success
Prayer for a good relationship
Prayer for traffic safety
Prayer for safe travels
first shrine visit of a newborn baby (Shinto style baptism)
Ceremony for 3 and 5 years boys and 3 and 7 years girls to pray for good health and safe growth.
Ground breaking for home, office and buildings are performed on site or at the shrine, to pray and purify the ground, the owners, family, contractors, equipment and others connected with the project.

Omamori (mamori means “to protect”)

Sacred protective amulets

We have specific Omamori (amulet) for different purposes, such as general protection, education, traffic safety, business success, child birth and others.

They are often carried in pockets, or attached to purses, on brief cases, or backpacks.

  • “Kin Un Rai Fuku”

    Omamori

    amulets for economic fortune

  • “Kachi mamori”

    Omamori

    amulets for victory

  • “En Musubi”

    amulets for matchmaking

  • 安産守・病気癒守・健康守り

    For Child Birth Charm

    For Recovery From Illness

    For Good Health

  • 学業守

    For Education

  • 交通安全

    For Traffic Safety

  • 厄除守

    For Good Luck

  • 鱗柄守

    For General Protection

  • 合格守

    For Examination Pass

  • お守り

    Omamori

  • 合格守

    Kigan Ema

    votive plaques

    People write their wishes on these wooden plaques and hang them on the display board to express their deepest prayers and wishes.

お祭り・催し
Saitan-sai the first ceremony of the new year
The name literally means "seasonal division". The Ceremony begins at noon. Setsubun-sai, commonly known as"Mame-maki" (the bean throwing festival)
This is the spring ceremony on Mitsunaka Tada's birthday.
This is the ceremony for cleaning and purification of the six months of the year just completed. Nagoshi means surviving the hot summer with a renewed refreshing feeling.
Annual Grand ceremony
August 27th is the anniversary of Mitsunaka Tada's death. In Shinto, great people can be considered KAMI(gods)and enshrined after their passing.
This is the cleaning and purification renewal ceremony for when the last six months of the year are completed.
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