Traditional Japanese Martial Art Performance Ceremonies at Kashima-jingu Shrine | Jun.10.2018

Built in 660, Kashima-jingu Shrine is one of the greatest three shrines in the greater Tokyo area, has been dedicated to the god of martial arts. The ceremonies include the performance of Kobudo demonstrations and Momoteshiki Samurai Archly.

Traditional Japanese Martial Art Performance Ceremonies
鹿島神宮 古武道演武会

June 10th(Sun) 2018
Location : Kashima-jingu Shrine, Kashima City, Ibaraki Prefecture

YouTube by Ibakira TV
Kashima City Guide :
YouTube by Ibaraki Shinbun
Kobudo demonstrations :
YouTube by Yobarekka
Momoteshiki Samurai Archly :

Getting there
An express bus (JR Kosoku Buss “Kashima-go かしま号”) is served between JR Tokyo Station and Kashima-jingu Shrine. The bus departs from the bus terminal almost every 10 minutes and this is the quickest and easiest way to reach the Kashima city from Tokyo. The bus ticket is purchased at the office located at Yaesu South Exit of Tokyo station.
JR Bus bound for Kashima-jingu Shrine