"Kibune Shrine" in Kyoto is a shrine dedicated to God who controls water supply.
It was also written as "Kiyoseki (Kibino) (Kihune)" and was believed as a power spot where Ki is born. It is also known as a god of marriage from the legend which the Heian era poet and Izumi ceremony visited and was reconciled with the discordant husband.
When Mizuuranai Fortune 200 yen character emerges when put in water really hit a lot of sightseeing to the customer popular it is.
There is Okumiya a little far away and I will visit there.
Emperor Jimmu's mother · Tamiyori (Tama yori Hime) landed on the yellow ship and landed here and it is said that Kisugi Shrine was the occasion when the shrine was honored with the water god.
Shipbuilding related to such a legend of the Yellow Ship is also next to the shrine.
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"Nomiya Shrine" located in Kyoto, Arashiyama area is a shrine dedicated to the gods of good-grandfather, kindergarten and scholarship.
There is Nomiya Shrine ahead of the famous "bamboo grove road" at Arashiyama.
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The "Kurogi Torii" of Nomiya Shrine is made of oak trees to leave the skin and is valuable which is said to be the oldest architectural style in Japan.
This shrine is an old company which became a model of one scene of the wisdom tree of the Tale of Genji.
There are many worshipers coming as a worshiper of the Nomiya Ogami (Amagi Ogami), as there are beneficial interests of good-naming, children's and scholarship.
Furthermore, when praying while praying "Kameishi" on the premises it is said that it will come true within a year, and many people come to visit it.
Koya mountain Kanegume-ji Temple in Wakayama prefecture is built in a place with the most attention in Japan and is a power spot with a history of more than 1200 years.
Among them, this "Okunoin" has "Kobo Daishi Temple" which Kobo Daishi has entered. "Entry" is to live fast and to become an immediate Buddha (mummy). Kobo Daishi is still believed to continue meditation. It is a power spot where unequaled signs drift.
From the Sengoku warlordsmen to the present people on the approaching path there is a sacred spirit crowning numerous graves. From the huge tomb tombs without religious bodies, rocket shaped tombs, termite sanctuary towers, walking while watching all kinds of graves.
Koyasan is a place where the whole has the power of "accomplishing something". Besides that, the place called "Kangega Sanjoin" is worshiped for "lovey Democracy", which is a Buddha that fulfills women's various wishes such as love affair, marriage, childbirth, family satisfaction, etc. Also benefits are obtained.
In the power spot "Ise Jingu Shrine" in the Mie prefecture known as "Ise shrine" there are "Gaikoku" and "Uchimiya" each one is worshiped. This "grand shrine" worships gods of clothing, shelter and living.
Geku Unlike Naiku, sightseeing tourists are few relatively leisurely sightseeing was able to.
In this "Uchimiya" there is enshrined the Amaterasu Great Palace, the God of the Imperial Father ancestor. As a Japanese Mr. Tadashi God, I have been collecting faith for a long time.
It is a Mitarashi. It seems that it is the original way of duty to cleanse my hand here and visit there from time to time.
Omiyama is crowded with worshipers.
It is the most sacred place on the hill with stone steps.
Just here Ise Shrine is different from other shrines so the case is so high that it seems to be correct to visit in order to express appreciation instead of going with a light feeling seeking something interest. I think that some sort of strength can be obtained from this holy place.
The following is your island "Chikubushima" floating in the Lake Biwa of the northern part of Shiga Prefecture introduce you. There is a port where a liner arrives and departs only one place on the south side of the island.
It is designated as Lake Biwa National Park Special Protection Area and the country's scenic spots and historic sites, and it is also famous as Lake Biwa Eight Views (Deep Green). Surrounded by trees, it spreads a very mysterious space.
"Big Okami Tenten" that is secinized in the main hall of Jokoji is famous for its powerful Benten who is counted as three Japanese Benzaiten in line with "Esashima Shrine" in Enoshima in Kanagawa, "Itsukushima Shrine" in Hiroshima.
There is a dragon god worship place in the hall in the place facing Lake Biwa.
Here it is famous for throwing wishes on earthenware (Kawaraku) and throwing pottery to throw to Miyazaki torii projecting on the surface of the lake. When the thrown pottery goes through the torii, it is said to be a power spot that is said to be fulfilled by the wishes written in the earthenware (Kawasaki).