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Kanayama Shrine, Kawasaki
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  • In the same kindergarten premises. As the Museum is dedicated to the symbol of the male. Carried on the Festival every April that symbols form the Festival is held. EMA, wishing the child wishes were drawn.
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  • I went with my husband for the Kanamara Matsuri festival. I teach religious studies so I attended for educational purposes. It is packed with tourists - not good ones, the ones that make you cringe. T...  more »
  • Went here for the Fertility Festival. It was much smaller than expected. Still it was cool to see. The shrine is only 3 minute walk from the train station. 
  • Aww snap, hands down the best festival I've been to in my life. This has been a life-changing experience for me, and I even got surgery and have two instead of one. I love both penises and I hope you guys go to this festival cuz it's sooo worth it. I'm also gay now :)
  • Jinshan shrine is a shrine to worship the god of the blacksmith, but this stemmed in Iimori girls of Buddhist prayer of the Edo era Kawasaki inn "or dull Festival" is now done. It is said that there is divine favor of prosperous business-descendant prosperity (bestowed child), easy delivery, marriage, marital harmony. (The first "or dull Festival" on Sunday April will be held)
  • Weird festival they held that use a phallic shaped altar
  • Nice
  • First sunday in April