2020 / YouTube Streaming from Los Angeles: Shinto ceremony for Earth Day, April 22, 12:00PM (PDT)

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Live stream of Shinto ceremony DEAR EARTH to Show Respect and Appreciation to mother nature on Earth Day

Shinto Shrine of Shusse Inari in America will hold a Shinto ceremony to show respect and appreciation to our mother nature on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22nd, at 12noon (PDT). We plan to stream the service on YouTube live (link is here). We hope that you can join us wherever you are at the time.

Link —-> https://youtu.be/HdhALFB-EG4

Channel —> ShintoInari

Shinto Shrine of Shusse Inari in America, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is planning to start a Supporter Club program to introduce Japanese culture, Shinto to a wide range of people and raise funds to bring the first Shinto Shrine to the Los Angeles area since World War II. The first assistance we would like to ask of our Supporter Club is for help in choosing its name. Let us know your preference via this link!


Passing along eco-conscious traditions to the next generation.

Shinto is a mindset and way of living with respect for nature, living things and our ancestors, and it has long been recognized as Japan’s cultural root. Unlike Buddhism, Christianity, or other religions, Shinto has no holy texts, and there is no individual founder. It is said that Shinto has been practiced for more than 2,000 years.

One of the most important elements of Shinto is paying respect and seeking harmony between people and nature, among our families, communities, and the world. In today’s society, the need to strive for these goals has become more apparent than ever before. We hold various events introducing the traditional Japanese eco-conscious way of life so that future generations can enjoy nature as we do. Details about Shinto and these events can be found on our Newsletter, website, and social media.

Please join and enjoy our events!!

Stay safe and well!

May the Nature Spirits be with you!

Rev. Izumi Hasegawa

Shinto Shrine of Shusse Inari in America