Rinse was carried out at the Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine in Fukuoka Prefecture, and the dust and other debris were brushed off from the temporary hall for the first major renovation of the main shrine in 124 years.

The soot removal of the Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine in Dazaifu City is carried out at this time every year, and it has the meaning of removing evil and damage along with the dust and dust of the year.

Since the main shrine is undergoing a major renovation for the first time in 124 years, the rinse was carried out in the temporary steel hall with a width of 22 meters and a height of 8 meters in its place, and seven Shinto priests first cleansed themselves by praying.

Afterwards, the priests shook the four-meter-long bamboo bamboo and carefully brushed off the dust and dust that had accumulated in places that were out of reach, mainly on the ceiling.

Shinto priest Masashi Furukawa, who cleaned the soot, said, "The temporary hall is built differently from the main shrine, so the place to pay for it was also different.

At Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine, we are expecting about 200 million people to come out for the first time, and we will be making full-scale preparations to welcome the new year, such as Kadomatsu.