Miyuki Moriten Jingu Shrine


  • Emperor Nitto
  • Ukunahikona
  • Oshinosakahiko
  • MiyukiebisuOkami
  • UkanomitamaOKami
  • Sugawara Michizane

Miyuki Moriten Jingu ShrineBasic information

Street address
3-10-5 Momodani, Ikuno-ku, Osaka
10 minutes on foot from JR Momotani Station
15 minutes on foot from Tsuruhashi Station of JR · subway · Kintetsu
Parking Lot
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Stuffing place
Official site

Miyuki Moriten Jingu Shrine history

【 Emperor Nitto】

Emperor Nintoku, whose capital was settled in Namba, was visiting the local forest for hawk hunting.
It seems that there was a view of the people of Baekje who lived around the present Higashi - goshichi - ku for the sake of you, and it came to be called "Forest of Fortune" from there.

In the AD 406 years after the Emperor's death, people have established a company in this forest and dedicated the godspirit of the Emperor, and it is said that it was called "Goshinomiya" as well as "the shrine of the fortune".


Plague epidemic became popular in this district around 850 A

The principal monk of the Imperial House of the Imperial House went to Gosyo Tenjin company in Kyoto and prayed for extermination,
I advised and admitted to the temple the god spirit of the company 's dear festival, Shihiko Nami.

Therefore, it is said that the plague has also cured.

From this time "Emperor Tenjin company" has also been called "heavenly shrine".


There was a company that was adored as Osaka Hikobu near the Tamada Shimizuya as the landlord god.

It disappeared after the war of the Osaka summer camp.
Osaka castle main shop Matsudaira Tadayaki instructed the temple to serve the Holy Spirit, and donated 3000 steps in the former Hirano River Nakasu and 1 lantern.

Ikarino Shinto god

"Inowa wild field" is an old place name in the Miko region of Miyuki Morike Shrine.
In 1948 the name was changed to "Momotani"

About 1600 years ago, Inau Festival was called Inogaizu and was a port of Iriya in Namba, where it was a place where the Inogaku Department (the same ancestor's office where breeding wild boar, the same as Tawahama Department) lived .

Moreover, it is written in the article of Emperor Nitto Nittoku of Japan Nihon Shoki 14 years, "I call it a bridge that bridges to Inoga Tsu Kobashi."
It is a bridge over the Baekje River (former Hirano River) that was flowing in front of the Palace, the oldest bridge in Japan that remains on the literature.

The only ERI Festival in Ikuno-ku

Speaking of Osaka, the Ebetsu festival is held every year in January every year.
Miyuki Moriten Jingu Shrine 's company has also been enshrined by Mr. Ella, many people crowd on January 9th, 10th and 11th every year.
It is the only Ebisu festival inside Osaka City Ikuno Ward.。

Preservation trees of Osaka city and registered tangible cultural properties of the country

Ryugi trees (about 300 years old) in the precincts on October 1, 1968 became preserved trees in Osaka city.

April 28, 2000 The main hall, the shrine, the hall, the transparent wall are designated as the registered tangible cultural assets of the country.
Heisei launched the 2006 festival for social welfare in 2006 and changed the roof of the shrine as a memorial project.

Miyukimoritenzingu Shrine

  • Miyukimoritenzingu Shrine
  • Shinto shrine dedicated to Nintoku Emperor, Sukunahikona, Oshisakahiko in Ikuno Ward, Osaka City.
    Nintoku Emperor is the place where there was a forest where we visited hawk hunting.

    In the neighborhood, there are notable spots where tourists are increasing year by year, Korean Town (Miyukoi shopping street) · Tsurubashi shopping street · Momotani shopping district.

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