At the "Sanja Matsuri" in Asakusa, a tradition of early summer in Tokyo, the famous portable shrine, which had been canceled due to the influence of the new coronavirus, was carried out for the first time in three years on the 22nd.

On the 22nd, the final day of the Asakusa Shrine's annual festival, "Sanja Matsuri," in Taito-ku, Tokyo, was held. rice field.

It is the first time in three years that the "Miyadashi", which is said to be the biggest showcase of the festival, will be held due to the influence of the new corona. I did.

In order to prevent infection, the mikoshi bearers were required to have a negative confirmation by a third vaccination or PCR test, and "Miyadashi" was prohibited from entering the precincts by anyone other than those involved.

After this, the mikoshi was placed on a tow stand with tires and toured the town of Asakusa so that it could be patrolled by a smaller number of people than usual, and pleased the people who were waiting.

A woman in her 60s who visited with her 6-year-old grandson said, "My father-in-law, who died, loved the festival, so I brought a photo and saw it together. It made me feel cheerful to see the mikoshi. I was talking.