Kainan Shirine

The god of ritual, Shigeki Fujiwara, is a seedling of Amako roof no Mikoto. He was the fifth grandson of Kyushu Shoni Hirotsugu, and was accused of pursuing him because he was not responsible for the plot of Tomo no Yoshio, the 56th Emperor Seiwa, who was involved in the struggle for succession to the throne. On the way to the Chikushi station, a storm was encountered, and on November 1st, 6th year of Jōgan (864), three fathers and sons and fifty-three members of the Roh party landed here. After that, Hokora was appointed by the head of the land, settled the pirates of Boso, indoctrinate the locals, especially open the knowledge of the fishing industry, and made efforts for welfare such as laying the foundation of culture, so the respect of the locals In the 8th year of Jōgan (866), the corpse was sunk in the sea and a shrine was erected on the Hanagure coast to worship it. Later, in the 5th year of Tengen (892), the shrine was built locally with the Hanagure shrine as the main shrine, and became the Soja of Miura Ichigun. There are gifts such as amulets with tuna drawn and sushi lottery unique to Misaki. [Access] From Keikyu Misakiguchi Station, take the Keikyu Bus bound for Misaki Port, get off at Misaki Port Bus Stop, and walk for 3 minutes.
  • Shop/Spot name
    Kainan Shirine -->
  • Address
    4-12-11 Misaki, Miura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
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  • Business hours
    You can worship 24 hours a day. Prayer, amulets, red stamps, etc. are open all year round from 9:00 am to 17:00 pm
  • Parking
    Approximately 5 cars (Because the precincts are small, please use a toll parking lot nearby as much as possible)
  • Reserve
    Please make a reservation for various prayers, official worship, etc.