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Tsushima Shrine Setsubun Bean Throwing Ceremony (Tsushima Jinja Setsubun Mamemaki Shiki)

Date : 02/02/2021


  • Tsushima Shrine Setsubun Bean Throwing Ceremony (Tsushima Jinja Setsubun Mamemaki Shiki

Bean throwing ceremony from atop the platform cancelled in 2021

Japanese people celebrate Setsubun when winter is at its end, announcing the incoming spring. In a way, it's like the day that separates the year that had just ended from the new year that comes with the spring, and holds special significance as prayers are made supplicating for protection, safety and good health. At the famous Tsushima Shrine, guests asking for special evil-warding prayer take part in the purification prayer ceremony and then climb the platform outside in order to toss beans at the crowd of faithful people waiting for the beans to be thrown.

*: Concerning events in 2021
This year, in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, the bean throwing ceremony from atop the platform has been cancelled.
Special prayers to ward off evil on February 2nd will be held with thorough infection prevention measures in place.
In addition, instead of the bean throwing ceremony from the platform, a bean throwing ceremony with a special Shinto priest and small numbers of people in front of the outer shrine is scheduled to be held on the day.
Those who plan on visiting are asked to abide by infection prevention measures. Your cooperation is requested.

EVENT OVERVIEW

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Date : February 2nd (Tuesday), 2021
Holding time : Bean Throwing Guests may take part in any of the three sessions held during the day. Times: 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM
Place : Tsushima Shrine
Location : 〒496-0851
1 Shinmei-cho, Tsushima-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Admission free of charge. Purification session and bean throwing charged separately.
Parking : Available (cap. 100 cars)
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 0567-26-3216 (Tsushima Shrine)

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    20 min. westwards walk from Tsushima Station of the Meitetsu Tsushima Line/Meitetsu Bisai Line (from Nagoya Station, either take the Meitetsu Nagoya Line train bound for Inuyama/Gifu and change trains at Sukaguchi Station, or take either Kintetsu Nagoya Line or JR Kansai Main Line and change trains at Yatomi Station).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    -Using the Higashi-Meihan Expressway (from Mie Prefecture, or from Nagoya Expressway R5 Manba Route): approx. 15 min. (6.6km) northwards from Yatomi I.C. via Route 155.
    -Using the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway (from Gifu Prefecture): approx. 35 min. (18.7km) southwards from Bisai I.C. via routes 148 and 155.
    -Using the Tokai-Hokuriku Expressway (from the Meishin Expressway): approx. 30 min. (16.8km) southwards from Ichinomiya-Nishi I.C. via Route 155.

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