Background music players of ' danjiri ' ( decorative portable shrine , float used in festivals ) are used in kamigata .
上方 は 「 だんじり 」 の 下座 が 使用 さ れ る 。
However , Yoriharu 's own soldiers shot arrows and hit the Mikoshi ( portable shrine ) of Hiyoshi-jinja Shrine at that time , which ended up causing the stance of the Enryaku-ji side still more hardened .
A large portable shrine came from Meiji-jingu Shrine in his enthronement ceremony .
即位 の 際 に は 明治 神宮 から 御 本社 大 神輿 が 渡御 し た 。
The festival is held throughout July and its highlights are : Mikoshi togyo ( parade of mikoshi - portable shrines , and priests for the divine spirits in the portable shrine moving to other places from the main shrine ) ; Yamahoko Junko ( costumed procession of Gion Festival Floats ) ; and Yoiyama ( the eve of the main festival ) .
Shrine maidens , children , traditional Tekomai dancers , local folk song dancers , omikoshi ( portable shrines ) , brass bands , baton twirlers and color guards also often take part in the procession described above .
At Kishiwada Danjiri Matsuri Festival held in Osaka Prefecture , daikugata ( a young star who dances on top of danjiri [ decorative portable shrine ] ) refers to machitobi and machidaiku among daikugatashu ( group of carpenters ) .
Ushioni sometimes appears in events held across the country as a typical example of the festivals held in Ehime Prefecture , along with Taikodai ( a large float used to carry taiko [ drums ] ) of Niihama City and Danjiri ( a float with a decorative portable shrine ) of Saijo City .
Although Emperor Takakura was evacuated to the Hojuji-dono palace and Goshirakawa attempted to eliminate the armed priests by force , Goshirakawa faced an opposition saying that Kyoto may become a war zone , and also , the Taira clan , those that would actually fight the battle , were quite hesitant to be in a conflict with Enryaku-ji Temple ; therefore , Goshirakawa abandoned his attempt , accepted the request and deported Morotaka , and imprisoned Shigemori 's family member who had shot the portable shrine .
Shinji ( Shinto rituals ) for transferring the divine spirit to portable shrines , etc .
神輿 など に 神霊 を 移 す 神事
Legend has it that the shrine was founded in the year 876 when the divided deity Gozu Tenno ( Susanoo no mikoto ) was transferred from Hiromine-jinja Shrine in Harima Province and a Chineki-sai ( ritual to dispel evil spirits ) was held during which the portable shrine in which the deity was being transported was placed and enshrined in a forest in Nagi .
At first mainly children carrying small pine torches , and then grown-ups holding rather huge pine torches parade in the village with shouts , ' sairei ya , sairyo ' ( meaning festival ) , and head for otabisho ( the resting place for a portable shrine being moved about on its feast day ) called ' nakama . '
Otabisho means the place where a deity ( usually the mikoshi , or portable shrine , that carries the deity ) takes a rest or stays overnight while on a ritual procession during a shrine festival ( Shinko-sai Festival ) .
Putting the cloistered emperor on a mikoshi ( portable shrine ) , they headed east .
「 法皇 御輿 に 駕 し 、 東 を 指 し て 臨幸 。 」
Also , Higashiwakagoza mikoshi ( portable shrine for children of Higashigoza mikoshi ) known as kodomo mikoshi ( portable shrine carried by children ) , participates in the Shinkosai .
また 子供 神輿 で あ る 東 若 御座 神輿 も 参加 する 。
In the Nanyo region , Ushioni is believed to play a role of a forerunner of the portable shrine ( carried in festivals ) and a clearer of devils from houses .
南予 地方 で は 神輿 の 先駆け と 家 の 悪魔 祓い の 役 を する と い う 。
In many cases , the object in which a deity resides or the object to which a spirit is drawn is transferred to a portable shrine , and an imperial visit to the shrine parishioner , or togyo ( transfer of a sacred object from its place of enshrinement ) to the otabisho ( place where the sacred palanquin is lodged during a festival ) , or to the genkyu is performed .
Danjiri-bayashi is festival music which is played to accompany the drawing danjiri ( decorative portable shrines ; floats used in festivals ) , and in the region centered on the northern part of Osaka City which does not possess danjiri for some reasons it refers to the ' hetari ' style which is festival music played by itself on a stage , turret and also a boat for funatogyo ( a ritual to place divine spirits on boat , to cross a river ) .
When enshrining an image of a deity , a hokora ( a small shrine ) is built , with the image covered by a roof or placed in a zushi ( a small sacred cabinet with a double-leaf door ) or a mikoshi ( a portable shrine ) .
After the shimenawa ( sacred straw festoon ) has been cut at the top of the stone steps , Hassho Daimyojin ( great gracious deity ) first , and then Yuki Daimyojin appear and mikoshi ( portable shrine ) go down the steps .
In kugegijo ( a meeting to form decisions by nobles ) , opinions against dispatch of troops were in the majority , because there was a risk of destroying the portable shrine , and Shigemori , who should take command of governmental troops , expressed disapproval of sending out the troops in the night , and , therefore , the next day , the nobles decided on the exile of Narichika and confinement of Masatomo .
Kanpaku ( chief adviser to the Emperor ) FUJIWARA no Moromichi dispatched MINAMOTO no Yoriharu , as well as Yoshitsuna , to repel the enemy , but on this occasion arrows hit the portable shrine and Shinto priests and it is said that the early death of Moromichi some years later was Buddha 's punishment for this action .
Generally , at the rites and festivals held at shrines , large floats used to carry taiko ( drums ) at festivals such as dashi ( float ) , taiko-dai ( dashi including a drum ) , decorative portable shrine and so on , including mikoshi ( portable shrine carried in festivals ) ( carriage of deity ) .