Jul/27 - 28 Kibune Festival at Manazuru town (canceled)3.7
from 7/27 '20 to 7/28 '20
※Due to the coronavirus concerns, Kibune Festival has been canceled in 2020.
Kibune Festival at Manazuru Town, Kanagawa Prefecture is the Ship Festival which features 7 ships and registered as an important intangible folk cultural property of Japan. It was established in the middle of Heian period.
Every summer the citizen will held the event and ceremony to pray for a big catch and marine safety, also offering their gratitude for the divine blessing granted for them. Also, it is one of the three great ship festivals in Japan.
On the first day, the Shinto ritual ceremony is held in Kibune Shrine and the traditional dance is dedicated.
Then Mikoshi portable shrines depart from the Kibune Shrine and head to the shore where the ships are waiting. The portable shrines go aboard the ships and go to the other side of the bay. After landing, mikoshi portable shrines go to the sea! This is the must-see event.
On the second day, Mikoshi, festival cars, and people dressed in traditional costume parade throughout the town and return to Kibune Shrine.
July 28, 10:00 AM-
July 29, 8:30 AM-, Firework Display 19:30 PM-
Venue: Kibune Shrine, Manazuru Port
Access: Take a bus from Manazuru Station, and get off the Miyanomae stop.
*Please check the official website for the latest information.
PurposeFestivals,parade,spiritual places,beach,Traditional folk,night view,fireworks of Japan,shrine/temple,sightseeing,major
Airport/Sta.Manazuru sta. (about 1km) Google Transit
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5.0a year ago
One of the four big festivals kibune matsuri .
4.0a year ago
5.0a week ago
I went to visit for the first time. Kibune Shrine!
You can climb the stairs a lot, but you can park a few cars from the side street.
I think it's still a little early for the autumn leaves, but the scenery was good.
It seems to be very beneficial, such as a dive stone to prevent evil and a round wish stone.
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I'm glad I was able to visit you.
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4.0a week ago
The deities are the three pillars of Okuninushi, Kotoshironushi, and Sukuna bi kona.
Although it is located near the fishing port of Manazuru, the shrine is not suitable for the sea.
Our company name is Kibune, but it was not a solicitation from Kibune Shrine in Kyoto, but until the end of the Edo period, it was called "Kinomiya". The company name was changed to Kibune Shrine in the first year of the Meiji era.
According to the company's biography, our company's house was founded in the first year of Kanpei (889) when it discovered 12 wooden god statues and letters from the offshore of Mitsuishi (a famous spot in the photo of sunrise) at the tip of Cape Manazuru. It is transmitted as the background.
This is also a characteristic of "Kinomiya faith", "God approaching from the sea".
4.0a month ago
There was a nursery school next door, and the voices of energetic children echoed. Take good care of your parents! It feels like, nostalgic for a long time. Such a teaching was alive in this city. There are 108 steps in the precincts. There are as many stairs as there are worldly desires. It was very clean and the parking lot was near the main shrine, so I had to go down the stairs and climb, but it made me feel refreshed. The guardian dogs are also a little strange type with both children, there are guardian dogs in the lanterns, and the small guardian dogs in some places are also very cute, it is a shrine with many attractions.