YouTube Live Stream of Once a Year Shinto Ceremony
歳旦祭Saitan-sai for 2021
Friday, January 1st, 2021 at 2:00 pm (PST)
On January 1st, the Shinto Shrine of Shusse Inari in America will hold its annual Shinto ceremony: Saitan-sai.
Please join us for Saitan-sai. This is the first opportunity to pray to the nature spirits/Kami-sama for happiness, good fortune, prosperity, and good health throughout the New Year.
The Closing Talk of this ceremony will be about the norito prayer used for Saitan-sai.
We plan to live-stream the ceremony on YouTube starting at 2:00 pm (PST) on the “ShintoInari” YouTube channel. We hope that you can join us wherever you may be at the time.
This closing talk will be open to the public to share good fortune with everyone.
To start raising funds to open a community center (Shinto Shrine) and hold various events, we have decided that starting from the July 2020 Tsukinami-sai, the priest’s Closing Talk will usually only be open to members/patrons. If you are interested in hearing the Closing Talk, please join our membership through our website ShintoInari.org or Patreon.com/ShintoInari. The Closing Talks will explain the prayers that were read, discuss traditional Japanese customs, and include other information and backgrounds.
Also, only members will have full access to view recorded streams in our video archives.
We welcome osaisen (donations) to participate in the live stream ceremony like as when you visit Shinto Shrine.
Your contributions allow us to keep holding these ceremonies!!
May the Nature Spirits/Kami-sama be with you!