Tamatsukuriyu Shrine, Matsue

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Popular in recent years among women, Tamatsukuriyu Shrine is said to have match-making powers and the ability to grant wishes. Upon entering the Shinto shrine, you have the option to buy a stone. If you do this, take the stone to the much larger "wishing stone" and press your stone against it whilst pouring water over them both. After doing this, write your wish on two pieces of paper; one remains at the shrine, while the other comes home with and your stone inside its own decorative bag. Our Matsue trip planner makes visiting Tamatsukuriyu Shrine and other Matsue attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • True stone praying again... I forgot to bring a true stone for the first time. We have well, not certainly true, hahaha stamp book debut was so, here was a type made of paper, put yourself. Again, true stone fondly hope I pray! This time, lol
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  • I think I want to go read travel magazine. I went but it was taken away because it was raining. I was stone sober. Maybe there is a beautiful colored stones in May. It is. Perhaps ended up wishing we strongly wish to complete in many ways. Moderation to their wishes (and his intentions were different). Right.
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  • In small bills to the left and pass through the gate will be the true stone. Please note: not valid in around the main shrine climbed the stairs. Read instructions is fine...
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  • "Izumo fudoki" and "total format ' in old companies that are listed. A shrine is Izumo-ball Division of upland farming (tamatsukuribe) God and comb ball Mang (comb red that once only). Newly appointed to the Imperial Court by 参向 God greetings (kannyogoto) withdrew, offering ball Convention at the Izumo province, but a lot of the ball made in this area.  Besides the ball-Mang comb hot patron, balneotherapy God Lord have life (onamuchi have only) and small name Mikoto (scooped a plane's only) also is enshrined. The 700 or so of beads as a treasure, was excavated from tamasaku mark completed, half-finished, whetstone, ancient glass, melting pot, etc. One is a national important cultural property. 摸shita ancient dwelling in the storehouse, has been of beads.  To other companies is neither public order, Tamatsukuri Castle Lord Sasaki, who captains. Wish stone referred to pray and touch on the environment, wishes come true and will grant wishes in recent years is also power spots and popular.
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  • Is the one I saw was a shrine in Izumo. Whats the nokyo-sho in the leaves. Rare, wish stones tried as per procedures.
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  • From near the town of Tamatsukuri Onsen after their stay in Susa know and Michelle Yeoh Magatama Yukari's 8 feet and greetings to you, by tourist bus but a lot of people to initiate and precinct hustle so much and thought good atmosphere unrelated shrine
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  • Shrine is a shrine. Mind is washed into the fresh air. Visit worth is. Wish stones come, people were friendly and helpful.
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  • Staff of the Office, but hey. (^ ^; My husband "this stone is stone all contents different? "And I asked" Yes different. But I can't see what "and saying, and tsun. I ask the nokyo-sho "but put on? "With," Oh, so that's it's-excuse me, how much is? "And trying to answer money and issue wrinkles on the forehead" needed? Do not need? How do? "Such as feeling. Lol I was trying even after I had written the nokyo-sho tsun was questioned beside our people, was empty, but what frustrated so much. Well "so come find out yourself ago it's tiresome visitors", and may have seemed to be. After visited her husband also "I'm awesome. I'm not aware that "and wry smile. Every time I see stones too nokyo-Sho, but still nasty thoughts.
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