Prime Minister Abe Yasukuni Shrine Autumn Annual Festival “Makoto” Dedication October 17th 7:33
In line with the autumn festival at Yasukuni Shrine, which began on the 17th, Prime Minister Abe dedicated a potted offering called “Masaki”.
At the Yasukuni Shrine in Kudan, Tokyo, the annual autumn festival began on the 17th to the 4th. Along with this, Prime Minister Abe dedicated a potted offering called “Shinji”.
Prime Minister Abe is scheduled to visit Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures damaged by Typhoon No.19 on the 17th, and is not expected to visit Yasukuni Shrine in line with this annual festival.
Since the establishment of the second Abe Cabinet, Prime Minister Abe visited the Yasukuni Shrine in December 2013, but has not visited since then.
On the other hand, in addition to dedicating “Shinshu” to the annual festivals in the spring and autumn every year, the LDP president pays the skewers at his own expense on the day of the end of the war.
At the annual festival, the President of the House of Representatives Oshima and the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato devoted “Shinshu”.