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It is a lively festival that expresses gratitude for a good harvest. Three Kiso horses with flowers (bamboo higo with a lot of colored paper) on the saddle slowly parade to Gonomiya Shrine. At the shrine, after the procession goes around the precincts three times, the waiting people rush to the horses and compete for flowers. Flowers are inserted in the ridges of rice fields as an insect repellent and at the entrance of the house as an insect repellent. In 1993, it was designated as an intangible folk cultural property of Nagano Prefecture.