Enshrines: Takeminakata no Kami, Yasakatome no Kami, and Yaekotoshironushi no Kami.
The design of Harumiya and Akimiya are the same. When Shibamiya and Tatekawa, the architect of Akimiya, started building their shrines, they were completing each other by building faster and better then other. Legend said Shibamiya sent people to disturb Tachibana. They cut the wood, but Tatekawa suspected Shibamiya's action and left wood longer. After the disturbance, the wood fit into correct length.
... is the oldest building in Harumiya. Originally, built in Muromachi Period (14th to 15th century), and fixed in 1730. Today, at the Senzasai Matsuri, Mikoshi passes this bridge. The water of the river under the bridge is used for purification for Onbashira.