Immerse Yourself in Art and History: Unveiling Tokyo's Museum at the Imperial Palace - Treasures of the Imperial Family at Sannomaru Shozokan

Konda Hachimanguu

Japan, 583-0857 3-2-8, Honta, Habikino City, Osaka Prefecture

Hachiman Shrine enshrines Emperor Ojin, Emperor Chuai, and Empress Jingu as its deities, as well as Sumiyoshi Daigongen, and has been devoutly revered by the people of the Kawachi region for safe childbirth and protection from evil, and for Emperor Ojin being the deity of commerce and industry, and the parent deity of scholarship and the arts. In 1196, the shrine buildings were restored by Minamoto no Yoritomo. The Chirijiraden Kondo Soshinyo portable shrine, which is said to have been donated at that time, and horse equipment excavated from nearby ancient tombs, have been designated national treasures and are kept in storage. An autumn festival is held every year on September 15th, and the "Owatari" ceremony, in which the portable shrine is carried to the bank of the Emperor Ojin's Tomb, is still practiced today.

Business Time
  • Monday:  5:00~19:00
  • Tuesday:  5:00~19:00
  • Wednesday:  5:00~19:00
  • Thursday:  5:00~19:00
  • Friday:  5:00~19:00
  • Saturday:  5:00~19:00
  • Sunday:  5:00~19:00
Telephone number 072-956-0635
  • 10 minutes walk from Furuichi Station on the Kintetsu Minami Osaka Line
Language 日本語
Other The Treasure Museum is open from 13:00 to 16:00 on Saturdays (Admission to the Treasure Museum is 400 yen)
Last Update : 2024.04.30   Osaka Habikino Tourism Bureau

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