Naruno Shrine is said to be the original shrine of Tosa Shrine (Tosa Kuni Ichinomiya) According to legend, it is the beginning of The Naruno Shrine that dedicated the "one word main life" that was washed away by Tosa and drifted to Uranouchi Bay.
Ikonahime no mikoto shrine, according to the good luck of the shrine, "This god is transferred here from Miyakejima, and it will be transferred to Mishima later", and the pioneer god of izu islands "Mishima-jin - Mishima-jin" and the empress god "Ikonahime no mikoto" The hill "hitachiyama" on the Shirahama coast of the jinzachi area is a ritual site that enshrines the Izu Islands since ancient times, but the rituals of Ikonahime no mikoto Shrine are still continuing.
The Engishiki Jinmeicho was compiled in 1927.
At that time, a list of "government offices of the whole country" (a shrine that receives mints from the priest is put up at the prayer year festival (Every February)
The major classification is for each administrative division at that time.
"Miyanaka and Gyeongchu" and "Kinai"
"Seven Roads (Tokaido, Higashiyamado, Hokurikudo, Sanindo, Sanyodo, Nankaido, Nishikaido)"
The middle classification is by country (classification close to the current prefecture)
Small classification by county (classification close to current municipality)
Details are covered by shrine and written.
Sitting in "Miyanaka" (36 seats... It is a list of the large (deposit month Shinjo) 30, small 6) shrine