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    Kurumazaki Jinja Shrine

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    Kurumazaki Jinja Shrine

    Make your wish come true and vanquish evil and bad luck with the magical stone

    Enshrined the deity, Kiyohara no Yorinari, was called guardian deity of promises, hence it is said that people can get benefit of collection of accounts receivable and good luck with money. It maintains everything going smoothly and aids in the benefit of matchmaking, therefore many people visit this temple to make a wish for fortuitous love. The shrine’s garden has “Kiyome no Yashiro” that includes piled sand motifs representing stones with conical shapes. It is recommended to purify yourself at this shrine first, then receive a stone amulet called “Kinen Shinseki” that is purified by Shinto priest, and pray in front of the main building.

    Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
    Fujin-gaho,February issue,2012


    Name Kurumazaki Jinja Shrine
    Address 23 Saga Asahi-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto
    Tel 075-861-0039
    Hours Shrine office: 8:30-17:30 (special prayer until 16:00)
    Recommended This shrine is famous for the deity of entertainment. Tamagaki (wooden long plate to written down prayer's name on it) which are dedicated by many actors, actresses and singers can be seen.