- Kitchen-Knife Ceremony
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Chiba | Minamiboso-shi
The Takabe Shrine enshrines Iwakamutsukari no Mikoto, a deity of cooking. It has been worshipped as a deity of soy sauce and Miso. Wearing Eboshi hat and Hitatare, a performer cooks red sea bream, a carp, or Mana bonito with only a kitchen knife and a cutting board and without touching the ingredients with his hands. The movements in accordance with the traditional method and the techniques of using the knife are indeed stunning. This is a solemn ceremony conveying the traditions of Japanese cuisine.
〒295-0012 164, Chikurachominamiasai, Minamiboso-shi, Chiba
The Minamiboso-shi tourist association Chikura information desk
〒295-0004 2079, Chikurachoseto, Minamiboso-shi, Chiba
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|Access||・It is three minutes by bus from JR Chikura Station It is ten minutes on foot from respectable family Shrine entrance bus stop|
Free of charge
|Visit, the time required||60 minutes|
Respectable family Shrine