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[Notification] The Usokae Matsuri will be taking at Nishine Shrine in Iizaka

Turn all the bad things from the year into Uso (a type of bird known as a Japanese bullfinch) at the Usokae Matsuri from January 11th to 14th.

The main character of the Usokae Matsuri is the Usodori (Japanese bullfinch) is said to be able to change disasters into lies, and is therefore looked upon as a good luck charm. Wood charms carved into the shape of the Usodori can only be bought at the Usokae Matsuri once a year. Those who are able to get one are said to carry good luck for a year.

Location: Iizaka Nishine Shrine

- Iizaka Onsen Official Site -
Chinese (Tradition):http://iizaka.info/chinese1/
Chinese (Simplified):):http://iizaka.info/chinese2/

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