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縁を結ぶ、
出雲の国から世界へ

Welcome to IZUMO GREEN.
Discover new experiences of traditional Japanese
origins, while witnessing mysterious and powerful
Japanese spirits.

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An Elite Organic Experience

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An Elite Organic Experience

Thailand’s first exclusive organic cannabis experience We are committed to educate, elevate and entertain our clients with the best service. Providing information and access to premium, organic cannabis in a welcoming environment, Izumo Green Dispensary guarantees to meet your ‘highest’ expectations.

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LOUNGE
We invite you to relax in the organic vibes of Izumo Green Bar and Lounge.

LOUNGE

We invite you to relax in the organic vibes of Izumo Green Bar and Lounge.

Indulge in our Japanese inspired dishes and explore a variety of eye-catching signature cocktails, high end whiskeys or your favorite classics that all can be paired perfectly with our premium cigar selection. Join us for an event and catch your favorite local or international DJ spinning soothing sounds, creating an experience of an unknown Japan, that you have never seen before.

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WHAT IS “IZUMO” ?

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IZUMO TAISHA GRAND SHRINE
The most ancient shrine in Japan.

This famous shrine where myriad deities from all over Japan gather and hold a meeting every year. The Izumo Grand Shrine is dedicated to the main deity, Okuninushi no Okami, known as the god of matchmaking and the one who makes the connections that binds all of us together. Located, west of Tokyo and north of Hiroshima, in Shimane prefecture. Almost completely surrounded by mountains, the atmosphere here is sacred and serene.

The main hall of Izumo Shrine stands at 24 meters, making it the tallest shrine building in the country and designated as a national treasure of Japan. Explore the land of the Gods and pray for your future soulmate at Shimane Prefecture's most holy site, Izumo Taisha.

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SHIMENAWA
The Sacred Cannabis Ropes

The giant woven straw ropes called shimenawa were originally made from hemp, they are coiled around trees and are Izumo Taisha’s most famous feature. They represent the separation between the mortal and supernatural worlds, playing an important role, by dividing the space between the sacred area where gods are enshrined and the outside world. Shimenawa is made by twisting hemp, or dried rice straws together. They usually appear decorated by Zig-zag paper and colorful streamers called, shide. The size of shimenawa differs from simple to complicated. In shrines, they are usually tapered and thick with a diameter of 6 feet or more. In fact, the shimenawa at Izumo Taisha shrine is the largest in Japan, measuring 13. 5 meters long, 8 meters wide and weighing five tons. This is held in such high regard and made by more than 800 indigenous people of Japan.

Shimenawa can be found at sites deemed holy, especially in most Shinto shrines.Also used for various occasions to to celebrate, bring hope and protection. The highest ranking sumo wrestler in Japan, is honored with a special Shimenawa around his waist for the ceremonial events to show his dedication to the Kami (God/spirits) with the ring purified by the great sumo, and his sacred hemp belt the match may begin.

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Where Good Health Grows

If we want our food to be organic, so should our cannabis. Organic cannabis all comes down to the way its grown. Modern cultivation practices grow cannabis with supplements and chemical fertilizers designed to feed the plant to maximize its yield and THC content. These non-organically grown

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If we want our food to be organic, so should our cannabis. Organic cannabis all comes down to the way its grown. Modern cultivation practices grow cannabis with supplements and chemical fertilizers designed to feed the plant to maximize its yield and THC content. These non-organically grown

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Matsuri

The celebration of Japan A festival or holiday is referred to as a matsuri in Japan. There are many national celebrations such as New Year’s, Tanabata and Obon, amongst thousands of smaller, local Matsuri (festivals) each year. These local festivals trace back to historic Shinto rituals or

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Matsuri

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The celebration of Japan A festival or holiday is referred to as a matsuri in Japan. There are many national celebrations such as New Year’s, Tanabata and Obon, amongst thousands of smaller, local Matsuri (festivals) each year. These local festivals trace back to historic Shinto rituals or

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