|Pseudonym reading||Kashima Jinjaden|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||March 8, 1966|
|location||Kitakami City Onyanagicho Mansion|
Column line (frontage) 74.2 cm, inter-beam (depth) 66.6 m, height 199.9 m.
It is a structure of Momoyama style Kongen, and the style of the Muromachi period is also seen in many cases, and it is a valuable existence as a structure of this kind in this prefecture.
It is the only document to know the culture of Morioka at the end of the Muromachi period, as it was built before Mr. Minami came to Morioka.
According to the inscription of the royal tag in Genroku 10 (1697), Nagakasa Emon built it as a shrine in Atagoyama, Morioka city, in 1558, and Naganaga Shigenobu in the Kiniwa 18 Hachimangu shrine in 1814 (1641) Then he replaced Kashima Daimyojin's shrine, and he repaired it.
In addition, it is clear from the Kamukakan that they moved from Kashimakan in the 5th year of culture (1808) according to another tag.