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Name of the festival Venue Opening period contact information Summary of the festival
Hayaikemine Shrine Suminmin Festival
(Hayachi screw and soy sauce)
Hanasaki-shi, Osako-cho Uchikawame March 17 Hanamaki City Tourism Association
tel: 0198-29-4522
In hope of disease freeness, naked men will fight for the Somin bag in the precinct of Hayaikemine Shrine in snow. Inside the bag are 365 pieces with a zodiac stamp. The heat of the men calls for spring.
Osawa Onsen Kansei Festival
(Osawa Onsen Konsetsu Festival)
Hanamaki April 29 Osawa Onsen
tel: 0198-25-2021
It is said that Kim, who is a wooden god, descends from the mountain and takes baths in the open-air bath of Osawa Onsen. The scene where a large male symbol carried by an adult makes a sound and baths on the stage of an open-air bath with hot water and smoke is a masterpiece.
Ninohe City Kamiotoone Mori district Early March A prayer for good rice production in the middle of the winter, a tool to flatten the fields, a dance of the movement of the first time.
Kamaishi Sakura Festival
(Izushi Sakura Festival)
Kamaishi Late April
(Every three years)
Kamaishi Tourist Association
tel: 0193-22-5835
This is a three-year history picture scroll that will be reproduced during the fall of the cherry blossoms at the festival of the Tantanzoku Azamatsu Shrine, which will be held once every three years in late April.
Koi Bird Kagura
(Raw crab)
Fushiromura Torii Old calendar April 8 Fushiro Village Tourism Association
tel: 0194-35-2115
As a deity of great fishing, maritime security, and marriage, it is celebrated on April 8 of the lunar calendar. I leave the Tohtori Shrine on New Year 8 and walk around the coastal towns of Iwate Prefecture for more than two months.
Hot spring festival Ninohe City At the festival of the Atuka Inari Shrine, the priest
(Miyaji) puts Sasa in the boiling water of the kettle, raises it to the head and takes a hot water bath. The worshipers also bathe in hot water and pray for no illness.