Teshio Itsukushima Shrine Example festival
Teshio lion dance and children's barrel mikoshi add flowers to traditional festivals
Itsukushima shrine in Teshio-cho is enshrined as the guardian of people working in the Sea of Japan and Teshio River, and is also a guardian deity of Teshio Port. An example festival held over three days of July 16th, 17th, and 18th every year is a traditional tradition in which a brave mikoshi walks around the town and a shikigami transhipment, an old-fashioned heavenly Teshio lion dance, a cute child barrel mikoshi and a wakekai dance are held It is a festival of. Child dedication Sumo is scheduled to be held on the 18th afternoon.
|location||Teshio-machi Itsukushima Shinto shrine (Teshio-cho Kawaguchi baseline 1226)|
|contact||01632-2-1001 (Teshio-cho Tourism Association)|
|event date||2020.07.16 ～ 2020.07.18|
|how to access||It takes about 4 hours 30 minutes by car from Sapporo via National Route 232 It takes about 1 hour 15 minutes by car from Wakkanai via Wakkanai Tiano line on the way road.|
|Parking Lot||There free|