What's the benefit of the shrine?
Prayer for Safety
There are many people who visit the shrine to pray for a safe flight without an accident. There are a lot of people who visit overseas for long distances rather than travel in Japan.
There are others who ask such a favor.
What is the origin?
This is the first aviation shrine in Japan.It was originally made for the memorial of the person who had died in a plane crash in the past. It is a shrine which has a point of contact with an airplane, such as a structure made of the same thing as the material used in the plane and Torii and the airplane. It is a shrine to pray for the souls of the lost and to pray for the safety of confidence.
There's a paper plane's fortune.
When you go to the shrine, the annual fortune.In the case of a flying shrine, there is a little unique gimmick. It is the one that there is a profit if the drawn fortune is folded into the form of "airplane", and it passes in "ring of the Rope" in the shrine.
View this post on Instagram
The result of the fortune that ran yesterday. A flying shrine Daikichi, but I'm not daikichi at all if you read the contents (T0T) I'm not going to connect somewhere, and fly, and dip in the circle, but I #神社巡り to the inside of the ring in the left triangle outside of the circle, W #飛行神社 #近代的 #八幡市
The voice of the person who actually visited the shrine
I've been to the flight shrine.
Very good. Pic.twitter.com/gZKIEMAiCY
— Yuni also @ examinee (@Jumo_004262) September 6, 2018
ament of the flying Shrine Edison's light bulb was made in Hachiman bamboo Pic.twitter.com/0IBOlz4LPJ
— Chigusa (@chigusa_hana) September 2, 2018
— @monikaroo) September 1, 2018
View this post on Instagram
7/28 (Sat) Kyoto Shrine and .29, Kyoto on this day, the temperature was about 35 degrees, and crispy heat. If you think that it was close to forty degrees each day, feel cool and also illusion. I finished the chore in the morning, and the first one in the afternoon, I visited the flight shrine that I had been anxious about before. The Flying shrine is a shrine in Hachiman city, Kyoto Prefecture. This shrine was built by Ninomiya Chuhachi, who succeeded in the flight experiment of the world's first rubber-powered propeller airplane in 1891 (Meiji 24). It is said that he built a shrine to Shinto priest himself and to quell the spirits of the victims of the plane. At the entrance of the shrine, there was a symbol, a gate made of duralumin. The jet engine of the f-104j (glory and the JASDF) was exhibited immediately about 5 meters in the entering. I was surprised at a considerable size. The hand supposed is also the silhouette of the airplane. The temple grounds, and the nose portion of the Zero fighter carrier, the nose portion of the battle had been exhibited. In addition, there is the exhibition room, the goods corner related to the airplane, and the fortune, too and it has visited slowly. It was a valuable experience because there was not a chance to see the real thing easily. The shrine is recommended for those who like airplane or who are interested. After this, it goes to the second by the motorcycle movement. #神社仏閣 #京都観光 #京都 #神社仏閣巡り #飛行神社 #飛行機 #ジュラルミン製鳥居 #二宮忠八 #京都の神社仏閣 #零式艦上戦闘機 #ゼロ戦 #機首部 I want to connect with people #神社仏閣好きな人と繋がりたい