Gennin Shrine Wind Bell Corridor

現人神社 風鈴回廊

Colorful "wishing-musubi wind chimes" carry your wishes to the gods.

ARAHITO Shrine is known as a guardian deity of love fulfilment and work luck. Hundreds of wind chimes are hung in the corridor in front of the main shrine, which is decorated in various seasonal ways, from early July to early September.
These colourful wind chimes produce a cool sound. In addition to blue and vitamin-coloured wind chimes, rainbow wind chimes are also displayed, making them glamorous and photogenic! At night, the wind chime corridor is lit up to create a fantastic atmosphere, which is different from the daytime.
Visitors can also write their wishes on strips of paper and hang them from the wind chimes, which are called 'wakanemusubi fǔring'.

The festival may end earlier or may not be held due to weather or other reasons.

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Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 811-1253 福岡県那珂川市仲3-6-20
Address 3-6-20 Naka, Nakagawa City, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 092-952-2152(現人神社)
Event Days Saturday, June 25 - Sunday, September 4, 2022
Open Light-up: 5:00pm-9:00pm
Car Park Approx. 30 units
Access ・Approximately 15 minutes from Notame on the Fukuoka Urban Expressway Loop Route.
・From JR Hakata Minami Station, take Nishitetsu Kasehasemi Bus for about 10 minutes, get off at Millica Rhoden Nakagawa Bus Stop, and walk for about 5 minutes.
・From Nakagawa, take Nishitetsu Kawasemi Bus for approx. 4 min. to Milikaloden Nakagawa Bus Stop, then walk for approx. 5 min.

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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