|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Designated date||February 27, 1979|
|location||Hanamaki City Towacho Kitanarijima|
Housing row 6.450m, beam length 4.030m.
6.4 Row row 6.450m, distance between beams 1.939m.
Heading row 2.150m, beam length 1.405m.
Wooden, flat, gable, Sanma-sha.
This is an old example with a rare form of the shrine, in which there is a one-minute blazing edge on the front of the house, and a head-to-door contact between the center one.
It is regrettable that the roof was lost during repair of the roof, but others are often left old.
Although the architectural age is unknown, the regional decoration techniques of the Muromachi period can be seen in the large-scale square pillars, rainbow beams, Kinosaki, ebony, and unique ebony rainbow beams with moss.
As this prefecture and also as a Tohoku district, it is rare.
It is probably the shrine's architectural style established in the Middle Ages.
It also has excellent designs for details.