Jisyu Shrine, Kyoto
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Those who have romantic worries of all varieties might want to take a chance on Jisyu Shrine. Dubbed “the Cupid of Japan,” the shrine has served love-seekers for 1,300 years, allowing visitors to pray for help from various gods, either to fend off love rivals or increase the longevity of a current relationship. If you're seeking true love, however, you'll have to traverse the space between two magical "love stones" with your eyes closed. Legend has it that if you manage to find the second stone, placed 10 m (32.8 ft) from the first, your wishes for love will be granted. Jisyu Shrine is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Kyoto Edition.
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清水寺と合わせて訪問。 恋愛のスポットとして有名で、女性やカップルが多く訪れています。 目をつぶって石の間を歩けると、恋愛成就など楽しめる場所でもあります。 恋愛に特化した神社。清水寺とは全く違う雰囲気で、現代の空気が感じられる場所でした。Kiyomizu-dera Temple and visit together. Famous as a romantic spot, many pious women and couples. Elsewhere, turned a blind eye to walk between the stone and enjoy love & romance. The shrine dedicated to love. Location at Kiyomizu-dera and a totally different atmosphere, feel the air of modernity.show original
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It's cute, you get to see Japanese school girls and boys praying for love.
Should visit with your darling here and make a romantic wish together.
Luis RodríguezShinto shrine dedicated to the love and the pairing, which has the distinction of being located inside the Kiyomizudera, which is a Buddhist temple. Perhaps best known are the "love rocks". You stand in one of them and you have to walk with eyes closed to the other. If you arrive without problem, you will find love soon. The worst, which is very very full of people, all together, and some parts are too commercial (to buy charms of all kinds and thus request the kamisama favors).show original
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