Nagaoka’s Kagura originally began at Kumano Shrine, located in Nagaoka, Katori City, but was 1915 Inabayama Shrine.
Today, Ki-no-Uchi Kagura, which consists of 12 kagura performances, continues to be passed down by a local volunteer organization called Ki-no-Uchi Kagura Preservation Committee. Ki-no-Uchi Kagura is performed during the religious festival on March 3rd to pray for shrine parishioners’ tranquility, abundant harvest, and thriving business. It is also performed at Suga Shrine’s religious festival on April 3rd.
It is designated as an Intangible Folk Cultural Asset by the city.
799 Nagaoka, Katori City
Katori City Lifelong Learning Division: 0478-50-1224
〒287-8501 千葉県香取市佐原ロ2127番地 (市役所3階）