Nakami Shrine Saitan-sai New Year's Ritual 0

The festival, held in the early morning of January 1st, begins the new year with a prayer for peace in the year to come.

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"Sai" means year and "tan" refers to the sunrise. The festival, held in the early morning of January 1st, begins the new year with a prayer for peace in the year to come.

  • name

    Nakami Shrine
  • place

    Nakami Shrine grounds
  • address

    834 Nakasho, Izumisano-shi, Osaka
  • transport

    Izumisano Station and Iharanosato Station on the Nankai Main Line
    Kumatori Station on the JR Hanwa Line
  • schedule

    January 1st - 3rd
    8:00 - 17:00
  • point

    January 1st from 10:00, 12:00, and 14:00
    Shakuhachi woodwind, koto strings, and Japanese taiko drum performances are held as a part of a special New Year's offering. Also, from January 1st - 15th, visitors to the shrine can participate in the "Izumisano Lucky Six Shrine Visits." Visit Nakami's six auxiliary shrines, and press a stamp onto a special ema prayer board. Those who complete visits to all six shrines will receive a Chinese zodiac charm.
  • name

    Nakami Shrine
  • tel

    072-462-7080
  • general participation

    Yes
  • parking

    10 spaces
  • url

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