- Saitan-sai (The New Year's Day ceremony):
- It is held at the Imperial Court and shrines throughout the country in the morning. [7 am, January 1]
- Many people visit shrines during the New Year season with gratitude for the past year and fresh vows for the new one in their hearts.
- Exhibition of Calligraphy by School Students [January 5th~31th]
- Sumo Grand Champion “Ring Entering” Ceremony.
- Kigen-sai (National Foundation Day Festival):
- It is the date that Emperor Jimmu, the first emperor of Japan who enthroned. [10 am, February 11]
- Kinen-sai (Prayer Ceremony for Agricultural Fertility)
- It is a ceremony for praying to the Kami of heaven and earth for an abundant harvest. [10 am, February 17]
- Tencho-sai (The Present Emperor's Birthday):
- It is the reigning Emperor's birthday. [10 am, February 23]
- Hinamatsuri (Doll Festival):
- It is the event to wish for good health of girls by displaying a set of dolls.
- Shokenkotaigo-sai (Empress Shoken Memorial Ceremony):
- It is the anniversary of Empress Shoken's demise in 1914. [10 am, April 11]
- Sukeishatai-sai (Spring Grand Festival):
- The ritual ceremony is held. [10 am, May 2 and 3]
- Kodomo-no-matsuri (Children Festival):
- It is the event to wish for good health of children by displaying a set of dolls and carp-shaped streamers.
- Irises Viewing:
- At the mid-June, the irises become in full bloom.
- Great purification ceremony:
- It is held at Haraesha, which is located near Minami Shinmon, to cast out sins and impurities. [2 pm, June 30]
- Tanabata-matsuri (Star Festival):
- It is the event to wish for good health of children and improvement of their handicraft skills.
- Meijitenno-sai (Emperor Meiji Memorial Ceremony):
- It is the anniversary of the demise of Emperor Meiji in 1912. [9 pm, July 30]
- Ningyo Kansha-sai (Festival to Thank Dolls):
- It is the event to appreciate dolls.
- Ceremonial recital of poems:
- It is the ritual to recite poems to the Kami. [10 am, October 20]
- Ritual Ceremony for Meiji Jingu Enshrinement Anniversary:
- This ceremony is being held every year since the establishment of Meiji Jingu on November 1st in 1920. [10 am, November 1]
- Autumn Grand Festival:
- Emperor Meiji, whose spirit is enshrined here, was born on November 3rd in 1852. The Autumn Grand Ritual Ceremony is held to celebrate this day, with the honor of receiving the Imperial Messenger. [10 am, November 2 and 3]
- Niiname-sai [The Harvest Festival]:
- It is the harvest ceremony presenting this year's fresh crops to Kami and giving thanks for their blessings. [10 am, November 23]
- Great purification ceremony：
- It is held at Haraesha, which is located near Minami Shinmon, to cast out sins and impurities. [2 pm, December 31]
- Joya-sai (The Year-End Ritual)
- It is the last ceremony of the year. [4 pm, December 31]