It is also called ‘Hongu-Juni-Shin’ and the enshrined deity is Ketsumikonokami, the god of farming. It was transferred to the current place in 1658 and it located at ‘Odate’ on the top of the mountain, 500m away from the current place. Kumanodo Juunishin Shishi Odori, told by the mountain priest 500 years ago and designated as intangible cultural property by the city includes Ohama-kudari and Yabusame.
Shunreisai (spring festival around 3rd Sunday in April)
Shureisai (fall festival around 1st Sunday in October)
|Address||Aza Gotanda34,Kumanodo,Takadate,Natori City|
|Parking||Parking: Available (No charge / Capacity is approx. 20 cars, big size bus is possible to park)|
|Access||15mins by walk from bus"Sogodai-Line"(Natorin-go) Nachigaoka Iriguchi Bus stop|
The hotel provides a well-balanced free breakfast service.
Azuma Kaido used to be one of the main roads in the Mutsu
One of Kumano Sanjya and you can see the view of Natori Plain and the Pacific Ocean from the hill top.
The first shrine from ‘Natori Kumano Sanjya’ which was prayed for the coming of a deity by old lady.
The beach is currently under restoration from the disaster.