Try your fortune at this shrine of matchmaking
According to shrine legend, Jishu Jinja Shrine was founded in the age of the gods before the founding of the nation of Japan. A recent investigation has confirmed that “Koi uranai-no-Ishi” are stones from the Jomon period, which proves this shrine’s long ancient history. In a legend, it is believed that closing your eyes and walking from one stone to the other will bring true love. It is said that if you made it by someone’s help, you will also need help for the success of love in your life. Why don’t you try your fortune together with your lover?
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC
|Name||Jishu Jinja Shrine|
|Address||1-317 Kiyomizu, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Hours||Entry (gate open) 9:00-17:00 (Sat., Sun., national holiday: 10:00-16:00; special prayer accepted only weekday at 14:00)|
|Recommended||On the 3rd Sun. of April, the "Sakura Festival of Matchmaking Prayer" in which people can receive good luck from the famous Jishu Sakura (cherry blossom tree).|
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