Upcoming Event

February 28 - Yakuyoke Taisai- critical age purification ceremony

Registration is at 10:30 AM, ceremony will begin from 11:00. MISFORTUNE PURIFICATION...a ceremony to purify or dispel misfortune...according to the "Kigaku" (or Shinto divination method) the ages of 25 and 42 for men and 19 and 33 for women are considered "Yakudoshi"or dangerous year...the years 42 for men and 33 for women are considered "Taiyaku"or grand climactic years with the preceding year "Maeyaku" and the following year :Atoyaku"requiring a special ceremony also.THESE AGES ARE ACCORDING TO KAZOEDOSHI.....(counting system where one is 1 year old at birth) . Ceremony fee is from $30 (and omamori included)

2016年 厄年の方
Critical Year in 2016
男性
Male
女性
Female
生まれ年
Year of Birth
2000
1992
1976
1975
1974
満 年齢
Age
16
24
40 (前厄)
41 (本厄)
42 (後厄)
生まれ年
Year of Birth
2004
1998
1985
1984
1983
満年齢
Age
12
18
31 (前厄)
32 (本厄)
33 (後厄)

Thank you for visiting the website of Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America.


Located on a pristine 25 acre site near Seattle, WA (by car - by bus), Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America is the traditional Jinja Shinto Shrine and the direct North American branch of Tsubaki O Kami Yashiro in Mie Prefecture one of the oldest and most prestigious shrines in Japan with a history of over 2000 years.

Originating in Japan's prehistory, Shinto is the Natural Spirituality or the practice of the philosophy of proceeding in harmony with and gratitude to Divine Nature.

The Shinto Shrine is an enriched environment where we can feel deeply refreshed and renewed. Please feel welcome to make the Omairi (visit) to Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America for the Seishiki Sanpai (shrine visit). Also the staff can conduct the Oharae (purification ceremony) as well as many types of Shinto Ceremonies for individuals, families, groups or businesses. At Tsubaki America Shrine there is also the opportunity for Misogi ShuHo (purification in the Mountain Stream) and training in Aiki-do

On the left is Reverend Yukiyasu Yamamoto, the 97th Generation Guji (high priest) of Tsubaki-O-Kami-Yashiro. On the right is Rev. Lawrence Koichi Barrish who built Kannagara Jinja and is now Senior Shinto Priest of Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America.