en 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 ) .
en Togyo is where many shrine parishioners can participate in the religious festival as carriers of the portable shrine , or in larger festivals , festival cars are used , shishimai ( lion dance ) , and dancing are included as part of the parade .
en In 1177 , a conflict arose between Morotaka and Hakusan Yusen-ji Temple which was a branch temple of Enryaku-ji Temple , which turned out to be a commotion which was known as by Hieizan Daishu ( warrior monks residing in the zendo of Mt . Hiei ) who marched en masse carrying the sacred mikoshi ( portable shrine carried in festivals ) , resulting in Morotaka 's banishment to Idota of Owari Province and Morotsune 's imprisonment .
en The other category is the ' Hiegata togyo-sai Festival , ' which puts emphasis on mikoshifuri ( shaking a portable shrine ) by wildly waving the mikoshi to increase the divine power praying for good harvest and bumper catch .
en Kuze Komagata chigo are children who ride on horseback as they lead the Nakagoza mikoshi ( portable shrine ) enshrining Susanoo no mikoto and carry around their necks the object of worship of Kunaka-jinja Shrine , a horse head carved out of wood ( komagata ) , in the Shinko-sai and Kanko-sai rituals .
en Much as there are no professionals amongst the ranks of individuals who carry Mikoshi ( portable shrines ) at festivals or those who pull festival floats , parishioners and supporters practice for festivals and in many cases limit perform only to those festivals .
en When something happened that did not agree with Enryaku-ji Temple , the monk warriors would pick up their portable shrine ( Buddhism and Shinto were mixed up at the time , so god and Buddha were the same ) and go to protest , thereby forcing their position on the powerful figures of the time .
en 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 .
en Rather , in general , ' activities ' such as kagura ( sacred music and dancing performed at shrines ) , Yokyoku ( Noh song ) , dance , martial arts or parades with dashi ( floats ) or mikoshi ( portable shrine ) are offered in many cases .
en Today firearm craftsmanship of Kunitomo is exhibited on the portable shrine used during festivals held by Nagahama Hachiman-gu Shrine as well as the metal fixtures adorning the Nagahama Butsudan altar .
en At festivals , for shouldering or pulling mikoshi ( portable shrine ) , or dashi ( float ) or jiguruma ( float ) , participants wear it as a substitute for momohiki ( in this case it means worker 's close-fitting trousers ) .
en 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 ) .
en 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 .
en Shinyoko ( storehouse for portable shrines ) : Nationally designated cultural property ; wooden-board storehouse constructed during the Kamakura period
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en Especially , Nanto Kofuku-ji Temple and Enryaku-ji Temple on Mt . Hiei , which were praised as " Nanto-Hokurei " ( the South capital and the North mountain ) , were frequenters of the direct petition ; Jinin of Kasuga and Hiyoshi , which were under jurisdiction of the temples , entered Kyoto , serving their mikoshi ( portable shrine carried in festivals ) , and urged the Imperial Court to dismiss or exile Kokushi .
en Also a procession that carries Yoritomo 's mikoshi ( portable shrine carried in festivals ) goes up and down a sando ( an approach to the temple ) in a procession of one thousand samurai held in spring and autumn at Nikko Toshogu Shrine .