Samukawa-jinja Shrine, deeply and historically rooted to its surrounding locale, has been carrying out various activities together with community residents as part of our contribution to the local communities.
Founded in 1977 and offering after-school activities to so-called latchkey schoolchildren, continues to function as a community center for quality after-school programs.
This Boy Scout chapter was founded in 1973 with the hope of fostering a rich spirit and sound physique in children by offering them an opportunity to experience the rich nature found in the sacred forest of the shrine.
This functions as a multipurpose center available for a large number of worshippers who are able to participate in various events such as wedding ceremonies and seminars.
Founded in 1969, this hospital is dedicated to the health management of local residents and improvements in local health care.
Offering home-visit nursing care services to those in need.
Founded for supporting aged residents for greater independence in their home life, in the hope of bettering their health and welfare.