Asakusa Shrine Moon Waiting Lecture
Since ancient time, japanese people have had the custom of loving the moon shining in the night sky.
A monthly waiting event is an event where friends gather on a specific age day, wait for the moon to come out while eating and drinking together, calm down, worship the moon, and wish for the evil epidemic to dissipate.
Asakusa Shrine will do this " Moon Waiting Lecture" as a new attempt.
We will gather at the shrine on the evening of the new moon and full moon and offer prayers and thanks to God.
On the new moon, he performed a large exorcism in the shrine and purified himself. In addition, we will "sow" to swear to God. Write one wish on Washi paper and put it in the "God Prayer (Kami-Negi) Guard".
On the full moon, we pray and announce to God, discuss it, and "harvest" sowed with the new moon. On a clear day, I would like to go out and watch the moon.
日程：令和4年 [新月] 10月25日（火）・[満月] 11月8日（火）
* The guardians awarded will be special to be distributed only in monthly waiting for the lecture.