Inou Shrine

Goshintoku The god of hoshoku, who is praised as the great god of Inao, is the god who is in charge of all food and especially protects the abundance of rice production, which is the root of our lives.

He is a great god who is a new great god of the spirit of fertility, prosperity of various industries, prosperous business, family safety, good luck in exorcism, good marriage, academic achievement, healing of illness, etc. History According to company biographies, the divine spirit appeared in Higashigaoka (in the Suzuka Circuit) in the Jindai, and in the fifth year of Emperor Sujin, about 2100 years ago, under the imperial envoy of the divine decree of Reimu, the land of the shrine building was occupied in the land of “Fortune Telling”, and the three shrines of Omiya, Nishinomiya, and the three major gods were enshrined in Kamijigaoka. After that, the descendants of Emperor Nakai’s son Shinaya Betsumei (Isobe clan) served as the god lord of the company for generations and in the fifth year of Emperor Yuji, several kinds of coins were offered, and the main priest, Jimboshokujin, was given the god title of “Nae Daikokudo Life”.

It is said that during the Tenpei year of the Nara period, the Jinguji temple of the Betsutoji temple was built by the Gyokijin, and in the Heian period Tencho year, Kobo Daishi built a bodhisattva hall at the time of his visit, enshrined the main Buddha of the three shrines, dedicated the lion’s head, and built the Shichishima Pond overnight. In April of the seventh year of Jōkan (865), he was promoted from the fifth rank to the fourth rank below (the third generation Jitsuroku), and was placed in the Enki ceremony inner shrine. At that time, the Shinto domain covered Shirako in the east, Kokufu in the west, Akinaga in the south, and Nomachi in the north. In the middle of the Kamakura period, he was promoted to the rank of shōichi and received imperial sums from each of the three companies in the eleventh year of Bun’ei (1274).

Since then, as the “Shōichi Inō Daimyojin”, the Takemon warlord has been revered, especially the Kamakura shogun Prince Yoshiyasu has donated Kanda 220 choho, Kitabatake Kuniji has donated the shrine territory Sengoku Goyoda 12 dan, and in the Edo period, the Kii Tokugawa family has given 22 pieces of construction fee silver, and the three companies have been greatly built. In the Meiji period, it was listed as a gōsha in Meiji 6 and a prefectural shrine in 37, but after the war, this system was abolished and continues to this day. *1 Even today, the family line called “Shake” remains.

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