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Hatsuuma Festival is held at Matsuokannon-ji on March 7 (Tus) and 8 (Wed).
From ancient times, it does not matter unlucky year, there is a custom to visit Kannon on the day of the Horse of the beginning of March to remove calamity of the year. So it is said that you will receive a blessing if you wish on this day.
In addition, you can get yourself purified with special method which is done only in this day in a year!
Also, in this area, it is said that if you drop something you are wearing when you get yourself purified, you can remove calamity.


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