Shiramine-jingu enshrines Eniperor Sutoku and Emperor Junnin. Following the last wishes of his father Emperor Komei, the Meiji-era Emperor brought peace to the spirit of Emperor Sutoku in 1868 by building this shrine and bringing the deity from Shiramine, in Kagawa Prefecture. Emperor Sutoku was exited to what is now Kagawa Prefecture after the Hogen Disturbance of the 12th century.
In 1873, Emperor Junnin was enshrined here alongside Emperor Sutoku. Emperor Junnin was exited to Awaji Island following a power struggle between the priest Dokyo and Emi-no-Oshikatsu during the Nara period.
The shrine stands on the site of the residence of the Asukai clan, which is credited with creation of the ancient football game called Kemari and the Japanese style of poetry known as waka. The guardian deity of the clan was Mari (Ball) Seidaimyojin, who is today revered by lovers of ball sports.
auto-translate hiramine-jingu神社Shiramine-jingu供奉着Eniperor Sutoku和Emperor Junnin。明治时代的皇帝在继承了父亲皇帝高明的遗愿之后，于1868年通过修建这座神殿并将神灵从香川县的Shiramine带入了和平帝国。在十二世纪的Hogen Disturbance之后，Sutoku皇帝退出了现在的香川县。 1873年，君宁皇帝在这里与皇太子一起被供奉在这里。在奈良时代，神父Dokyo和Emi-no-Oshikatsu之间的权力斗争后，Junnin退出了淡路岛。靖国神社矗立在Asukai氏族居民的遗址上，被称为Kemari的古代足球游戏和被称为waka的日本式诗歌。该氏族的守护神是Mari（Ball）Seidaimyojin，今天被球爱好者所崇敬。京都市