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七五三 (Children's Blessing for 3, 5, and 7 year olds) reservation information

The Shichi-go-san season has arrived again this year at Shinto Shrine of Shusse Inari in America!We have a Shichi-go-san prayer package with kimono and photo session.Happy Shichi-Go-San! Reservations are now being accepted! Shichi-Go-San is a day to visit a Shinto Shrine and celebrate the growth of your children and pray for their future. It is […]

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Announcement | Matsuri

2022 May 月次祭 Tsukinami-sai

Please join us for our monthly ceremony! Tsukinami-sai held on May 1st at 7pm (pacific) on our “ShintoInari” YouTube channel. Please join us to when it's time for the ceremony! At Tsukinami-sai, we show our respects and communicate our gratitude, determination to improve ourselves, and ask for blessings from Kami-sama (Nature Spirits), for everyone and especially […]

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Giving Tuesday! You can help our dream come true! Shinto Shrine building in Los Angeles!

It is time to give BIG support to your Shinto Shrine! Would you like to visit a Shinto Shrine in Los Angeles? Would you like to participate in Shinto ceremonies in person? Would you like to view our ceremonies from the perspective of participants? In order to make these wishes come true, you can support […]

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Announcement | Ceremonies | Events | Matsuri

Aki-matsuri & Children’s Blessing (November 13th) 

Saturday, November 13th, 2021 We will hold Aki-matsuri, our Annaul Autumn Thanksgiving Festival and Children’s Blessing (Shichigosan). Aki-matsuri is a once-a-year thanksgiving ceremony to show appreciation to Kami-sama who gave or helped us to harvest, to gain achievements, success and connections in the year, and ask Kami-sama for their continued blessings. So please join and show your appreciation, […]

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2021’s 夏越之祓Nagoshi-no-Harae is coming up! -This year, we still need this! –

Purify and recharge your spirit for the summer!! From ancient times, the Japanese people practiced 夏越之祓Nagoshi-no-Harae, a prayer to purify and to rid themselves of the first half of the year’s 厄難yakunan (illness, accident, fight etc…) or “bad luck” and kegare, or “withered spirit”. Over the course of the first half of the year, the […]

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