Hiyoshi Taisha

日吉大社 Hiyoshi Taisha (山王 Sannō)

大分類ID23
中分類日吉大社
小分類Hiyoshi Taisha
分野分類 CB宗教学・神道学
文化財分類 CB学術データベース
資料形式 CB画像
+神社名_2日吉大社
+神社名よみひよしたいしゃ
旧国名
+Prefecture.1Shiga
+都道府県名_3滋賀県
+LocationSakamoto, Ōtsu City
+鎮座地大津市坂本
緯度/経度 latitude/longitude北緯 35 度 04 分 17.750秒
東経 135 度 51 分 41.070秒
+マップURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/map/detail/id=12955
+URLhttp://hiyoshitaisha.jp/
+Deity(ies)Higashi-hongū (East Main shrine): Ōyamakui no kami, Nishi-hongū (West Main shrine): Ōnamuchi no kami
+祭神(東本宮)大山咋神・(西本宮)大貴己神
+HistoryAccording to the Kojiki, the deity venerated at this shrine complex originally was installed on Mt. Hiei at a shrine that would eventually become this complex’s eastern hall, Highashi Hongū.. The shrine’s history reports that one year after in 668—one year after the capital had been moved to Ōmi Ōtsu-no-miya—the decision was made to start worshipping the deity of Mt. Miwa in Yamato Province as the capital’s protector deity. This was done at the shrine that would eventually become this complex’s western hall, Nishi Hongū. The eastern and western halls were then treated as part of the same complex, creating Hiyoshi Taisha.
+NotesNijūnisha
-8363Nijūnisha(The 22 Shrines) Image collection 二十二社写真データベース日吉大社Hiyoshi TaishaBPD000016日吉大社 Hiyoshi Taisha (山王 sannō)北緯 35 度 04 分 17.750秒
東経 135 度 51 分 41.070秒105034Hiyoshi Taisha日吉大社ひよしたいしゃShiga滋賀県Sakamoto, Ōtsu City大津市坂本https://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/map/detail/id=12955http://hiyoshitaisha.jp/Higashi-hongū (East Main shrine): Ōyamakui no kami, Nishi-hongū (West Main shrine): Ōnamuchi no kami(東本宮)大山咋神・(西本宮)大貴己神According to the Kojiki, the deity venerated at this shrine complex originally was installed on Mt. Hiei at a shrine that would eventually become this complex’s eastern hall, Highashi Hongū.. The shrine’s history reports that one year after in 668—one year after the capital had been moved to Ōmi Ōtsu-no-miya—the decision was made to start worshipping the deity of Mt. Miwa in Yamato Province as the capital’s protector deity. This was done at the shrine that would eventually become this complex’s western hall, Nishi Hongū. The eastern and western halls were then treated as part of the same complex, creating Hiyoshi Taisha.Nijūnisha

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