Tamatsukuriyu Shrine

Tamatsukuriyu Shrine, Matsue

Tamatsukuriyu Shrine
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Sally N
Hong Kong, China25 contributions
An interesting shrine in beautiful Tamatsukuri Onsen
Apr 2019 • Solo
It's not a huge shrine but it's right in Tamatsukuri Onsen so it was nice to go down and have a look at it. Very peaceful there.
Written May 8, 2019
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fionayyy
Hong Kong, China218 contributions
small quaint shrine
Mar 2017 • Friends
small shirne near the onsen hotel area. must visit if you are in the area. there's a bit of stairs going up to the shrine.
Written March 30, 2017
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B-inMatsue
Matsue, Japan61 contributions
Shinto shrine, beautiful in Autumn and Spring in particular
Sep 2012 • Friends
This is a shinto shrine located in the Tamatsukuri Onsen district of Tamayu-cho, Matsue.
It's a short walk from the ryokan (distance depending on where you're staying), and is gaining even more popularity in recent years among young women because of its match-making 'powers'. Whether you believe in the powers that the wishing stone etc are said to have or not, it's fun to come and see.
There is also a pretty little Inari shrine within the grounds. The inari shrine is the one with the red 'torii' gate and the fox statues ornamenting it.
I really recommend visiting in late Autumn when the leaves have turned that burnt auburn and red, but Spring is also good to visit, because of the pretty cherry blossoms ^^
Written April 19, 2013
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Brittany P
Matsue, Japan61 contributions
Good spot to visit while staying in Tamatsukuri Onsen area
Jan 2013 • Friends
I would recommend going to this area first for the onsen and resort atmosphere, and then stopping by this shrine as a way of completeing your visit. It's very easy walking distance up the street from the major ryokan, and it has a "Wishing Stone" tradition that makes for a unique o-mamori. You purchase a small "Wish-granting" stone to place against the "Wishing" stone, and pour water over both of them together. You then write your wish on the paper provided and leave one copy at the shrine as you make your wish, and take the other copy with you in the decorative keepsake bag for your "Wish-granting" stone. Remember to buy the stone as soon as you enter the shrine (turn left at the bottom of the hill), but they might only be able to explain these instructions to you in Japanese.
Written February 17, 2013
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