|Address||1681 Tado, Tado-chō, Kuwana
|Glossary of Shinto|
Tado Shrine (多度大社? Tado Taisha) is a Shinto shrine located in the Tado-chō area of the city of Kuwana in Mie Prefecture, Japan. It is well known for its Tado Festival, which takes place on May 4 and 5 every year. The shrine has five nationally designated and one prefecturally designated Important Cultural Properties.
It was formerly a national shrine of the first rank (国幣大社, kokuhei taisha) in the Modern system of ranked Shinto Shrines.
- Tado Festival (May 4–5): The largest of the events at the shrine, it involves young men riding horses up a hill and over a wall.
- Chōchin Festival (Saturday and Sunday in late-July): A lantern festival.
- Yabusame Festival (November 23): A horseback riding archery competition.
- Tado Shrine homepage (in Japanese)
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