Nezu Jinja Shrine Annual Grand Festival
A traditional festival called the “Edo three major festivals” together with the Sanno Festival and the Kanda Festival
A festival held every September at Nezu Jinja Shrine, which has a history of over 1,900 years. This festival is called the “Edo three major festivals” with the Sanno Festival and the Kanda Festival. It is said that the Edo Shogunate the sixth shogun Tokugawa Ienobu has began the festival of Nezu Jinja Shrine through the feudal political system.
The festival will include performances of dancing that is called “Urayasu-no-mai” and “Sanza-no-mai” (an intangible cultural property designated by Bunkyo-ku).
On September 16, the “Shinko-sai” is held once every four years, you can see the carrying of a large portable shrine.
|Event Name||Nezu Jinja Shrine Annual Grand Festival|
|Venue||Nezu Jinja Shrine|
|Dates||September 15, 2018 – September 16, 2018|
|Open Hours||【Holding time of major events】
“Carrying of portable shrine” 8:00 – 16:00 on September 16
“Sanza-no-mai” 14:00 on September 16
“Urayasu-no-mai” 19:00 on September 15 and 16
|Address||1-28-9 Nezu Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo|