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Smash away the bad luck

if you're walking on the trails around Kamakura this shrine is easily reachable from Genjiyama... read more

Reviewed October 5, 2016
magmaedia
Cute little shrine

It was just so pretty. In Japan they sell fortunes at various temples and if they're bad you leave... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2016
Chelsea B
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Oct 5, 2016
“Smash away the bad luck”
May 29, 2016
“Small hilltop shrine”
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Reviewed October 5, 2016

if you're walking on the trails around Kamakura this shrine is easily reachable from Genjiyama Park. It's a peaceful shirne, on the way to the Jochi-ji Temple (when walking on the trail). For an offer of 100 yen you can cast away your bad luck...More

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Reviewed May 29, 2016

You can reach this small shrine if you follow the trail to the park on top of the hill above Kamakura. It is quite interesting and if you want you can symbolically cast away your concerns by smashing a small pottery saucer.

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Reviewed May 27, 2016

It was just so pretty. In Japan they sell fortunes at various temples and if they're bad you leave them behind. The fortunes were in the shape of hearts so I decided to pick one up. They were totally in Japanese but a sweet old...More

Thank Chelsea B
Reviewed June 29, 2015

We stumbled upon Kuzuharaoka Shrine while walking the Daibutsu Hiking Course from Kita-Kamakura to Hase. The path leads directly through this shrine. It seemed really off the beaten path, and there were only a few other Japanese tourists there. There are some small shrine buildings,...More

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