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Kamidana and Supplies

Meaning, history and instructions of Kamidana


These are the yearly symbol of the Kami and are meant for the Kamidana. They carry the essence of particular Kami and are seen as both the place the Kami will alight during your prayer and the medium through which you will direct your prayers to the Kami. The following are available at Tsubaki Grand Shrine.

Jingu Taima /Ofuda of Amaterasu OmiKami $15
Tsubaki O Kami Yashiro /Ofuda of Sarutahiko-no-O-Kami
Wood: $15
Paper: $10
Tsubaki Bettsugu Gishi Jinja /Ofuda of Ame-no-Uzume-no-Mikoto $10

Ofuda stand

Ofuda stand can be used to hold the Ofuda (not included) if you do not have the Kamidana. If you have the Kamidana you can use Ofuda stand to hold Gokitou shinpu or Housaiyoke Ofuda next to your Kamidana.


Kayabuki Oyashiro (thatched roof style Kamidana)

Kayabuki Chu
Height: 21 1/2 ", Width: 22 1/2 ", Depth: 14 1/2"

Kayabuki Sho
Height: 17 1/2 ", Width: 19 1/2", Depth: 12 "


Ita Dai
Height: 20", Width: 22 1/4", Depth: 10"

Ita Chu
Height: 17", Width: 18", Depth: 8"
$ 250

Ita Sho
Height: 13 3/4", Width: 11 1/2", Depth: 4 1/2"

Kabekake, Kagami and Shinki

Kabekake Kamidana
Height: 12", Width: 7" Depth: 3 1/2"

Shinkyo (kagami/sacred mirror with stand)


Shinki set (food offering vessels with sakaki tate/small vases)

Ozen (tray for shinki set)


Protective amulet for home, office, dojo etc. Please place inside entryway next to door (please affix with tape --not pin)



Sacred sand (Kiyome Osuna) for Kiyome (Takyama Hikiyama sand of the Tsubaki Grand Shrine)

Purification order of the house and premises:
First, sweep and clean the four corners of the house, and offer sacred sake, rice, sea salt and sacred sand at either the Kamidana or the Buddhist Alter and pray. Then start purification by spreading them in the order of Northeast (Ushi-Tora), Southeast (Tatsumi), Southwest (Hitsuji-Saru), Northwest (Inu-I) and entryway (Meaning Sacred Center).



Shikishi of Sarutahiko-no-O-Kami

Woodblock print of Sarutahiko-no-O-Kami.



Shikishi of Ame-no-Uzume-no-Mikoto

Woodblock print of Ame-no-Uzume-no-Mikoto.