Osuga Okami Shrine

Travel Guide - Osuga Okami Shrine


Osuga Okami Shrine was founded in 810.
The shrine is known for "Inou Kabuki", an unique Kabuki performance only played by local farmers.
It is said that the custom of the Kabuki performance began in 1967 as a dedication to the god of the shrine.
Inou Kabuki is performed in "Inou-no-Oasobi", a large festival which is regularly held on the first Sunday after April 17 each year at the shrine.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours


  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 40 minutes from Keisei Narita Station on the Keisei Line (KS40) by the #2 bus (Yoshioka / Sawara Line). Get off at Taiei-Yubinkyoku Bus stop.

Address / Location

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