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It is famous for its Azalea Festival (Tsutsuji Matsuri) which is held on its grounds from early April until early May.
- Joseph Cali with John Dougill, Shinto Shrines: A Guide to the Sacred Sites of Japan's Ancient Religion (University of Hawai'i Press, 2013).
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