Niu Kawakami Jinja(Lower)

丹生川上神社下社 Niu Kawakami Jinja(Lower shrine)

大分類ID23
中分類丹生川上神社下社
小分類Niu Kawakami Jinja(Lower 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丹生川上神社下社
+神社名よみにうかわかみじんじゃしもしゃ
旧国名
+Prefecture.1Nara
+都道府県名_3奈良県
+LocationNagatani, Shimoichi-chō, Yoshino-gun
+鎮座地吉野郡下市町長谷
緯度/経度 latitude/longitude北緯 34 度 18 分 21.220秒
東経 135 度 48 分 11.690秒
+マップURLhttps://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/map/detail/id=12963
+URL
+Deity(ies)Kuraokami no kami
+祭神闇龗神
+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 shrinesAccording 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
-8371Nijūnisha(The 22 Shrines) Image collection 二十二社写真データベース丹生川上神社下社Niu Kawakami Jinja(Lower shrine)BPD000024丹生川上神社下社 Niu Kawakami Jinja(Lower shrine)北緯 34 度 18 分 21.220秒
東経 135 度 48 分 11.690秒105042Niu Kawakami Jinja(Lower shrine)丹生川上神社下社にうかわかみじんじゃしもしゃNara奈良県Nagatani, Shimoichi-chō, Yoshino-gun吉野郡下市町長谷https://d-museum.kokugakuin.ac.jp/map/detail/id=12963Kuraokami no kami闇龗神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 shrinesAccording 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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