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Nagoya-City Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)

Date : 02/03/2019


  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)
  • Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple - Setsubun Ceremony (Setsubun Tsuina Mamemaki Shiki)

Since a long time ago, the Setsubun Ceremony of Narita-san Manpuki-in Temple has been the quintessential ritual which the Shintoist and Buddhist institutions of the region choose to follow. This "Mamemaki-Shiki" ritual of throwing roasted soy beans, done in order to ward off bad demons, attracts great numbers of visitors who are eager to participate in the traditional rituals of "Yaku-Yoke" (purification and warding off bad luck) and "kai-un" (boosting good fortune), while chanting "Fuku wa Uchi!" (literally, "Good fortune, come in!"). Additionally, every year a celebrity gives the graces at the event, making it a popular choice for commemorating Setsubun in Nagoya.

EVENT OVERVIEW

Date : February 3rd (Sunday), 2019
Holding time : 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
(last admission 6:30 PM)
Place : Narita-san Manpuku-in Temple
Location : 〒460-0008
5-26-24 Sakae, Naka-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Anticipated tickets: 3,000 yen
On-the-day tickets: 3,500 yen
*: Sales online at the temple by phone.
Parking : Unavailable
Restrooms : Available
Phone number : 052-241-7670 (temple phone, only in Japanese)

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
    3min eastwards walk from Exit 3 of Yabacho Station of the subway Meijo Line.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    1.5km eastward from Shirakawa Exit or 1.6km westward from Fukiage Exit, both of the Nagoya Expressway #2 Higashiyama Route

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