|Specified type||Country designated / important cultural property|
|Designated date||May 30, 2003|
Hakusan Shrine is one of Chusonji Jyuku and is located north of the temple grounds.
Haksan Shrine's Shinto Noh was conducted by a priest from Chusonji Ichiyama.
The existing Hakusan Shrine Nobei was completed in 1853 after the disappearance of Kanaga 2 (1849).
The stage and the dressing room are long and close to the east and west.
The bridge attached to the north face is a two-story structure with a steel plate, which extends northeast and connects between mirrors on the shrine side.
Between the mirrors, the west side is the Imaiya building, and the east side is the crest of the dormitory.
The Hakusan Shrine Noh Stage consists of an orthodox, full-scale and formal stage, a bridge, a mirror, and a dressing room, and it can be said to be the only complete Enoichi stage remnant in East Japan, and has high value. is there.
In addition, it is a valuable remains as a place of continuous entertainment in Kofun Chuson-ji Temple.