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110707-0044 - Ise Exhibition


Mie Showa 1930s Unknown

Poster advertising an exhibition (御遷宮奉祝博覧会, Gosengu Hoshuku Hakurankai) for the 58th Shikinen Sengu Ceremony in Ise, Mie Prefecture. The shrine for Amaterasu Omikami (天照大神), the Japanese goddess of the sun, is located here. Every twenty years it is rebuilt at a location adjacent to the current site in a ceremony known as Shikinen Sengu.

The exposition took place from March 10 through May 10, 1930 (Showa 5) and attracted over half a million visitors. Ise was formerly known as Ujiyamada (宇治山田).

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