Ōmiya Hachiman Shrine (Hyōgo)

Ōmiya Hachiman Shrine (Hyōgo)
Miki Autumn Harvest Festival
Oni-oi Shiki

Ōmiya Hachiman Shrine (大宮八幡宮 Ōmiya-Hachimangū?) is a Shinto shrine in Miki, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is a Hachiman Shrine that was founded in 1111 and was rebuilt in 1585 after having burned down.[1]


  • Third Sunday in January: Oni-oi Shiki.
  • Second and third Saturdays and Sundays in October: Miki Autumn Harvest Festival.


  1. ^ Omiya Hachiman Shrine on the Miki City website (Japanese)


This shrine is near Miki station on the Ao Line of Kobe Electric Railway.

Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Ōmiya Hachiman Shrine — may refer to: Ōmiya Hachiman Shrine (Hyōgo), a shinto shrine in Miki, Hyōgo, Japan Ōmiya Hachiman Shrine (Tokyo), a shinto shrine in Suginami, Tokyo, Japan This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …   Wikipedia

  • Hachiman Shrine — Nihongo|Hachiman Shrine|八幡神社| Hachiman Jinja (or 八幡宮 Hachiman gū ) is a shinto shrine dedicated to the kami Hachiman. It is the second most numerous type of shinto shrines after ones dedicated to Inari.Originally the name was read Yawata or… …   Wikipedia

  • Miki Station — 三木駅 Station building Location Prefecture …   Wikipedia

  • Modern system of ranked Shinto Shrines — State Shinto (1871–1946) asserted and promoted belief in the divinity of the Emperor, which arose from a genealogical family tree extending back to the first emperor and to the most important deities of Japanese mythology. 1878 engraving by Yōshū …   Wikipedia

  • Anexo:Santuarios sintoístas según el sistema moderno — El Sintoísmo estatal (1871–1946) reafirmó y promovió la idea de la divinidad del emperador, de los cuales se trazó su árbol genealógico hasta el primer emperador y hasta las deidades más importantes de la mitología japonesa. Grabado de Toyohara… …   Wikipedia Español

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.