Izawa-no-miya皇大神宮別宮 伊雑宮（いざわのみや）（伊勢神宮 内宮）
The betsugu has been worshiped as the guardian of agriculture and fishery from ancient times.
This betsugu, located in Kaminogo, Isobe Town, Shima City, is a betsugu of Naiku, dedicated to the mitama (spirit) of Amaterasuomikami. The betsugu has been worshiped as the guardian of agriculture and fishery from ancient times. The divine rice fields next to the betsugu are the venue of Otaueshiki, the rice planting ritual (held on June 24) which is famous as one of Japan’s three greatest rice planting rituals, along with those at Katori Jingu (Chiba Prefecture) and Sumiyoshi Taisha (Osaka Prefecture), and designated as an Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property by the national government.
|Business Hours||From Jan to Apr:5am to 6pm
From May to Aug:5am to 7pm
Sep:5am to 6pm
From Oct to Dec:5am to 5pm
|Directions||Approx 5 minutes on foot from Kintetsu"Kaminogo" station|