We hold various seasonal ceremonies to show our respect and gratitude to Kami-sama. 


Please join us at our ceremonies.



 遙か昔から日本人が代々受け継いできた伝統文化・習慣が急速に失われつつある昨今。私達の世代で消滅させてしまうのか、次の世代に伝えていくかの選択の時期が来ているのではないでしょうか。 自然の力に感謝し、次の世代に伝えるきっかけにしてください。

Toshikoshi-no-Ōharae, Joya-sai 年越の大祓・除夜祭

On December 31st, Shinto Shrine of Shusse Inari in America will hold its annual Shinto Ceremonies Toshikoshi-no-Ōharae and Joya-sai

In the 年越の大祓 Toshikoshi-no-Ōharaewe pray to Kami-sama (the nature spirits) for purification and ask them to recharge our spirits and bless us with health and protection from misfortune and illness. In this ceremony, Shinto Shrine of Shusse Inari in America performs the traditional ceremony using mystic rituals that have been passed down through generations of the priest’s family. 

If you are interested in participating 年越の大祓 Toshikoshi-no-Ōharae, please visit this page for instruction of obtaining hitogata and katashiro.

除夜祭 Joya-sai is the ceremony for end of the year. We show our respect and gratitude for this year’s blessings to Kami-sama and ask for good fortune during the new year. Joya 除夜 means New Year’s eve. Sai means matsuri ceremony.

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