Tagata jijya is a shinto shrine located far outskirt of Nagoya City in Tagata Cho Komaki City in Aichi Perfecture. Owing to the far distance; most of the traveller miss this funniest Jinjya in the world.
i - This is dedicated to a God named 'Mitoshi no kami' and the Goddess name 'Tamahime no Mikoto'.
This shrine dedicated to fertility, has collected erotica from all parts of Japan. It is a giggling, slight embarrassment to the local people, but everyone visits it. The courtyard is filled with huge pxnises carved from trees and gigantic wooden vagxnas complete with well-placed moss. Even the statue of a hooded Buddha becomes a phallus viewed from the right direction. The museum takes up three floors of a modern building.
At the Bumper Harvest Festival, the villagers carry on their Shoulqers a mikoshi ?iportable shrine?jwhich besars an owasegata?ipenis?j?C60cm?i24'?jacross and 2m?i80'?jlong?Cmade of hinoki (Japanese cypress?j?D
The why and wherefore of this painstaking collection are now only a matter of speculation. The shrine is visited by young married couples learning what there is to know and older couples praying for fertility.
This Bumper Harvest Festival had drawn a large number of Visitors-over 100?C000?@every year-not only from all parts of Japan?C but also from various countries of the world?D
They offer this huge pxnis to Tagata Jinja?C praying for world peace?D The GROWTH of all things, and a bumper crop as well.
The Bumper harvest Festiva1 of Tagata Jinja is well known to everyone as it's?@unique festiva1?D It is held on March 15 every year?D
This dedication originate has from an ancient Japanese belief that for the GROWTH and development of all things, the mother, earth, has to be impregnated by the father, heaven.
The souvenir shop sells a variety of penises and vaginas that you can send to the folks back home, reserving an explanation until you return.
More often troupes of ribald older women, unhampered by decorum, roam the corridors laughing and pointing at the collection of malehood and remembering what used to be.