July 7th is Tanabata.



At Kitano Tenmangu in Kyoto, a strip of paper was set up, and visitors wrote various wishes.

At Kitano Tenmangu in Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto, which enshrines Sugawara no Michizane, the god of learning, about 40 strips of paper strips written by locals and kindergarten children were set up on the approach to the shrine.

People who visited the worship were also able to decorate the strips, and the visitors wrote various wishes such as "Kanai Anzen" and "May you be healthy".

On the 7th, the Heian Mounted Police and police officers from the Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters also visited and decorated a strip of paper stating, "May we be a safe and secure city without traffic accidents and crimes," and then patrol the precincts. Was there.

A woman in her twenties who visited from Gifu Prefecture said, "I am happy to be able to decorate the strips at the shrine only once a year. I want to spend my time in good health."



A man in his twenties said, "I'm glad I was able to come to Kitano Tenmangu on the day of Tanabata. Last year was a big change, so I want to spend this time safely." ..



Sasasa means that it will be installed in the precincts until the 14th of next month.

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