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2017年 7月 22日(土)

■ レイモンド保育園花火大会 in 田無神社

お子さまの顔にモザイク処理を施しております。

 

 

 

手作りのお神輿を担いで田無神社へ!!!!

 

 

 

 

2017年 7月 9日(日)

■ 津島神社神輿渡御の様子

7月9日(日)津島神社お神輿が柳沢の町を渡御しました。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017年 7月 8日(土)

■ 津島神社宵宮祭の様子

7月8日(土)津島神社宵宮の祭礼が執り行われました。

7月9日(日)13時に柳沢津嶋神社のお神輿が柳沢ガード下付近より出発します。13時30分ごろ田無神社境内に到着し、その後すぐに、田無神社境内にある津嶋神社前において本社天皇祭が斎行されます。

平成29年 津島神社宵宮の祭礼の様子

 

2017年 7月 1日(土)

■ Giant Bamboo Grass Tunnel for Tanabata (English)

<<Giant Bamboo Grass Tunnel for Tanabata>>

Tanabata is a familiar tradition for Japanese people as they celebrate it from a young age. There are different opinions about the origin of Tanabata, but the most widely held one is the legend of Amanogawa (the Milky Way).

 

<Legend of Amanogawa>

Long long time ago, there was a princess called Orihime, a good weaver, and a young cow herder called Hikoboshi. One day they met each other and immediately fell in love. Soon they got married and lived happily together. However because they cared so much about each other that they stopped working. A god of the heavens was furious with them, and created Amanogawa, a big sky river, between them. The seperated couple worked really hard and eventually the god allowed them to see eachother once a year on the 7th of July. If you look to the eastern sky on a night around July 7th, you can actually find particularly bright stars. In Western astrology,Orihime is called Vega of Lyra, and Hikboshi is called Altair of Aquila.

In Japan, bamboo grass has been used in religious rituals from the ancient time, because it has a strong vitality and has been believed to have a power to ward off evil things.

Nowadays, people write their wishes for the year on a small piece of paper called Tanzaku on July 7th, and hang them on bamboo grass.

At Tanashi Jinja, a giant tunnel made of bamboo grass and trees from late June till mid-July. Colorful wind-bells and those Tanzaku with people’s wishes are hung on bamboo grass, so please enjoy walking through this beautigully colored tunnel.

2017年 7月 1日(土)

■ Mikoshi of Yagisawa Tsushima Shrine (English)

<<Mikoshi of Yagisawa Tsushima Shrine>>

Mikoshi, portable shrine, of Yagisawa Tsushima Shrine starts moving at 1:00 pm on Sunday, July 9th.

It will arrive at Tanashi Jinja around 1:30 pm. Honzya Tennosai then starts soon in front of Tsushima Shrine within the premise of Tanashi Jinja.

Although only authorized people can attend the ritual, but you are allowed to watch it nearby. After the ritual, Mikoshi will parade through the streets of Yagisawa, then Kankosai will be held near the Yagisawa Underpass around 5:00 pm.

<What is Mikoshi?>

Mikoshi is a vehicle of a god who goes out of his/her shrine. Japanese gods aren’t always reside in their shrines. Once a year at a festival, gods ride on Mikoshi to go out and absorb all the disasters and Kegare to purify them. Once finished, they go back to their respective shrines.

 

The festival on July 9th is that of Yagisawa Tsuhima Shrine, and not of Tanashi Jinja. The festival of Tanashi Jinja will be held on October 14th and 15th.

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