Hagurosan Yugami Shrine
Hagurosan Yugami Shrine that is holding a festival for the soul of Kuranasu, the main god of the festival
Hagurosan Yugami Shrine was established in the Tenpyo period during the year 729-749, by Gyoki (Japanese monk from the Nara era), it is also one of the Dewasanzan (Area consisting of three mountains with three different shrines on each), and is also worshiped the same as Uka-no-mitama-no-mikoto and Shusaijin.
In August, during the yearly Sankensange festival, which takes place New Years Eve until New Years Day where you can do the yearly first visit to the shrine.
【Access】Bus: Aizuwakamatsu Town Bus Tourist Route (Haikara-san/ Akabe), to Higashiyama Onsen Station, then a 20 minute walk
Car: About 20 minutes from the Ban-etsu Expressway Aizuwakamatsu IC, then a 20 minute walk
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