Hirota Shrine

Hirota Shrine

Glossary of Shinto

Hirota Shrine (廣田神社, Hirota-jinja?) is a Shinto shrine in Nishinomiya City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The town's name, "Nishinomiya", means "shrine of the west", and the town is named for Hirota Shrine.

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Hirota Shrine - Events
... From the brochure "Hirota Shinto shrine (jinja)" available from the shrine ... Taisai) April 16 Haru matsuri (Spring festival) Late May Hirota Ohtaue (Rice planting festival) June 30 Nagoshi no oohara eshiki July 16 Natsu ...

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