This god has protected peace in the imperial house, the prosperity of Japan, richness in agriculture, safety on seaborne trade, entertainment, success in business and industry, and luck in friendship and household, and has been prayed to by people in Kochi.
Particularly in Showa period, this shrine was called Obiyamachi Inari Shrine and the enshrined gods had protected Obiyamachi market.
As the first All Japan Yosakoi Festival was held in 1999, this shrine, located in the birthplace of Yosakoi Festival which started on the 10th of August, 1954, renamed itself to "Yosakoi Inari Shrine". The enshrined gods started to be prayed to for business prosperity, skill advance of craftsmanship, professional career, and exorcism.
Inside this shrine, there are a pair of 120cm x 50cm x 7cm large narukos (noisemaker used in Yosakoi Festivals) made from 300-year-old Yanase sugi coated by Tosa-Koidaito which is a traditional method of painting as divine bodies of the enshrined gods here.