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tensaisimon wrote a review Jul 2015
Beijing, China271 contributions113 helpful votes
not a big shrine, yet clear and peaceful. on the left side of the courtyard entrance there's a springwater fountain. Legendarily there were 3 famous springwater in ancient Kyoto, and this one is the only one left today. some little souvniers can be bought, featuring a purple flowered plant, which is a frequent subject of japanese literature and paintings.…
Date of experience: February 2015
PetertheJustOkay wrote a review Dec 2011
Seattle, Washington90 contributions68 helpful votes
I got married at theis shrine. It's not interesting for tourism, but if you want to get married in Kyoto, you can't do better than this. It's reasonably priced and the shrine arranged koto music, shinto attendants, and all you'll need to do is rent kimono to make it work.