This temple was vey busy when we went, full of prayers and devotions. The oddness to me was from people forming long queues to have their spirits cleansed by devotes of the temple. in Japan these things seem to me to be done rather ritualistically without people necessarily 'believing' what they are doing. In this temple I had the feeling I have never had in Japan that I had stumbled upon some strange cult. Anyway that was just my reaction. It is a popular place and worth a visit. The buildings ad wall modern, 1960s, so it is of no historic interest.
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