Susaki (Suzaki) Jinja / Fθ_Π
(Also know as the Hiroi Tennoh LδV€@or Gozu Tennoh ͺV€)
Enshrine Susano-no-mikoto fϋjΈ and Ishigami Ξ_.
(Ishigami deity was enshrined together in Meiji 45, 1912.)
Before Nagoya Castle was built, the present complete area of Sakae 1-chome was the Susaki Shrine's yard.
However the Horikawa Canal was made in order to carry construction materials to build the castle
and built houses for samurai in the shrine yard, its territory became very very small.
Ishigami is a goddess, Tamayorihime-no-Mikoto ΚΛP½ and Emperor Jinmu's mother.
It has been believed that Ishigami goddess makes women's wishes come true, at least one.
There is a sessha (ΫΠ/a shrine which beloned the main shrine, and enshrins a god/goddess related to the main god/goddes)
which enshrines Sarutahiko-no-mikotocF½
Uly 13 and 14/annual
Susaki Shrine Lantern Festival
BθρΥθ/Susaki (Suzaki) Chochin Matsuri
3rd Saturday and the following day of July
Just recorate lanterns. No night stalls.
|Torii gate of the Suzaki Shrine|
Susaki Shrine was founded in 860's
This festival has been kept since in the Edo Period
Approximately 1,000 lanterns are displayed in the shrine yard.
Wa-kuguri (Chinowa-kuguri), Torii-kuguri and Jyunishi-mairi are also held.
|Lanterns||People come and pray for their good health and ...|
|The way of passing through a chinowa is here.||Pray for good health and ....|
Get off at Osu-Kannon Sta. on the Tsurumai Subway Line.
Take exit 4. A 15-min. walk.
Get off at Fushimi Sta. on the Higashiyama or Tsurumai Subway Line.
1-31-25 Sakae Naka-ku, Nagoya C.