Doi taikomatsuri (土居太鼓祭り) is a festival held in Doi, Shikokuchūō, Ehime, Japan every year from the 13th to the 15th of October. It is dedicated to wishing for a good harvest.
Local shrine and taikodai
- Sensoku jinja (千足神社): Hongō (本郷) taikodai
- Sensoku jinja: Izumi (泉) taikodai
- Sensoku jinja: Uchinokawa (内之川) taikodai
- Sensoku jinja: Seki (関) taikodai
- Sensoku jinja: Kinokawa (木之川) taikodai
- Tenma jinja: Kitano (北野) taikodai
- Doi jinja (土居神社): Irino (入野) taikodai
- Doi jinja: Hatano (畑野) taikodai
- Yagumo jinja (八雲神社): Doihongō (土居本郷) taikodai
- Idaki jinja (伊太祁神社): Idake (飯武) taikodai
- Yagumo jinja (八雲神社): Kamitenma (上天満) taikodai
- Yagumo jinja: Higashitenma (東天満) taikodai
- Tenma jinja (天満神社): Shimotenma (下天満) taikodai
- Kaburasaki jinja (蕪崎神社): Kaburasaki (蕪崎) taikodi
- Imori jinja (井守神社): Nakamura (中村) taikodai
- Mishima jinja (三島神社): Kobayashi (小林) taikodai
- Ichimiya jinja (一宮神社): Yōkaichi (八日市) taikodai
- Murayama jinja (村山神社): Tsune (津根) taikodai
- Hachimandai jinja (八幡大神社): Kamiichi gosen (上市御船)
Doi (土居町, Doi-chō) was a town located in Uma District, Ehime Prefecture, Shikoku, Japan.
As of 2003, the town had an estimated population of 17,387 and a density of 200.59 persons per km². Its total area was 86.68 km².
On April 1, 2004, Doi along with the village of Shingū (also from Uma District), and the old cities of Iyomishima and Kawanoe, was merged to create the city of Shikokuchūō. October 13
October 13 is the 286th day of the year (287th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 79 days remaining until the end of the year.
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