Niu Kawakami Jinja(Upper)

丹生川上神社上社 Niu Kawakami Jinja(Upper shrine)

大分類ID23
中分類丹生川上神社上社
小分類Niu Kawakami Jinja(Upper shrine)
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丹生川上神社上社
+神社名よみにうかわかみじんじゃかみしゃ
旧国名
+Prefecture.1Nara
+都道府県名_3奈良県
+Locationōaza Sako, Kawakami-mura, Yoshino-gun
+鎮座地吉野郡川上村大字迫
緯度/経度 latitude/longitude北緯 34 度 19 分 59.215秒
東経 135 度 57 分 20.493秒
+マップURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/map/detail/id=12962
+URLhttp://web1.kcn.jp/niukawakamijinja-kamisha/
+Deity(ies)Takaokami no Ōkami
+祭神高龗大神
+HistoryAccording to Assorted Regulations from Three Reigns (Ruijū sandai kyaku), the decision was made to establish Niu Kawakami Shrine in response to a reported divine message received in 675 (Tenmu 4) saying that “if a shrine is built in the upper reaches of Niu River in Yoshino and I am worshipped there, for the sake of country I will make the rain fall and when there are deluges make them stop.” The deity had been worshipped since ancient times as a rainmaking (kiu) and rain-halting (shiu) divinity. The shrine’s location after the Ōnin War (1467-1477) is unknown, but the Meiji Era Niu Kawakami Shrine has been identified as corresponding to the upper, middle and lower shrines.
+NotesNijūnisha
-8370Nijūnisha(The 22 Shrines) Image collection 二十二社写真データベース丹生川上神社上社Niu Kawakami Jinja(Upper shrine)BPD000023丹生川上神社上社 Niu Kawakami Jinja(Upper shrine)北緯 34 度 19 分 59.215秒
東経 135 度 57 分 20.493秒105041Niu Kawakami Jinja(Upper shrine)丹生川上神社上社にうかわかみじんじゃかみしゃNara奈良県ōaza Sako, Kawakami-mura, Yoshino-gun吉野郡川上村大字迫https://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/map/detail/id=12962http://web1.kcn.jp/niukawakamijinja-kamisha/Takaokami no Ōkami高龗大神According to Assorted Regulations from Three Reigns (Ruijū sandai kyaku), the decision was made to establish Niu Kawakami Shrine in response to a reported divine message received in 675 (Tenmu 4) saying that “if a shrine is built in the upper reaches of Niu River in Yoshino and I am worshipped there, for the sake of country I will make the rain fall and when there are deluges make them stop.” The deity had been worshipped since ancient times as a rainmaking (kiu) and rain-halting (shiu) divinity. The shrine’s location after the Ōnin War (1467-1477) is unknown, but the Meiji Era Niu Kawakami Shrine has been identified as corresponding to the upper, middle and lower shrines.Nijūnisha

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