Special Prayers are conducted by Shinto priest to help visitors to express gratitude to divinities (kami). We could provide ceremonies tailored to your particular needs. At our shrine, we have many ceremonies such as the ones bellow, please feel free to contact us regarding ceremonies that we can provide.
Sugawara no Michizane (845-903) was unfairly expelled in 901 from Kyoto to Dazaifu in northern Kyushu, and early in the journey he suffered from a leg ailment and called in at this shrine to pray to the medicine kami, Sukunahikona no mikoto. Because he was healed, the shrine acquired a reputation for its curative and protective power in terms of legs which it has kept up to the present day.
Baby's First Visit to Shinto shrine
Hatsuimiya-mairi is a Japanese traditional custom to take one’s baby to a Shinto shrine for the first time to pray for healthy growth.
Protection against Misfortune
It is believed that disasters occur during misfortune years. People come to visit a Shinto shrine to protect against misfortune.
We serve a ceremony for newly purchased cars or motorcycles, praying for traffic safety, and avoiding injuries and accidents. After praying at the main sanctuaries, we purify one’s car or motorcycle by a wooden shaker.
At our shrine, we have many ceremonies such as the ones bellow, please feel free to contact us regarding ceremonies that we can provide.
Purification for land and space
Recovery from Illness
Opening time for accepting application of a prayer
9:30 - 16:00
1-2-17 Hattorimotomachi, Toyonaka, Osaka 561-0851, Japan