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キリシタン大名で有名な大友宗麟が築いた丹生島城こと臼杵城の二之丸に鎮座する神社。 臼杵護國神社は明治11年(1878)創立の神社ではじめは招魂社と呼ばれ、同じく城内にあった稲葉神社を合併し、臼杵護国神社と名称が変更してます。 護国神社(招魂社)は西南の役をはじめ、臼杵町に本籍がある者、或いは縁故ある者で、戦時又は事変で戦死し、靖国神社に奉斎された者すべてを合祀する神社で、稲葉神社は歴代臼杵藩主を... more »This shrine is enshrined in Ninomaru castle and Usuki Castle, built by Otomo Muneyoshi, famous for its Christian feudal lords. Usuki Gogo shrine was founded in 1878 and was first called the "Kyotamasha" and was renamed Usuki Gokoku Shrine by merging Inaba Shrine, which was also located in the castle. Gokoku Shrine (Invitation society) is a shrine that enshrines all those who are killed in war or incident, and who have been dedicated to Yasukuni Shrine, including the role of The Southwestern, those who have a family register in Usuki-cho, or who are related to it, and who have been dedicated to Yasukuni Shrine.
臼杵城二之丸跡に建つ神社です。昭和35年に、明治12年創立の稲葉神社に明治11年創立の招魂社が合併し、臼杵護国神社となったとのことです。戦没者を祭る護国神社だけあって、砲弾記念碑や佛狼機砲などがあります。 more »It is a shrine built on the ruins of Usuki Castle Ninomaru. In 1960, Inaba Shrine, founded in 1868, was merged with the Shotamasha, which was founded in Meiji 11, and it was said that it became Usuki Gokoku Shrine. There is only the Gokoku Shrine, which enshrines the war dead, and there are a monument for shells and a swolf gun.
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