Koami Shrine Doburoku Matsuri

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Koami Shrine Doburoku Matsuri

The good folks of Ningyocho sure know how to properly celebrate a harvest festival – that is, by partaking in the harvest right from the outset. As soon as the offering rites have been completed, the priests at Koami Shrine treat the assembled masses to ample amounts of doburoku, a kind of thick, unrefined sake that’s actually far tastier (and more potent) than it looks. Make sure to also stick around for the traditional kagura dancing (from around 12noon), which has been designated an Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property of Japan.

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