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Nishinomiya Shrine, Nishinomiya

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Make a wish at Nishinomiya Shrine, the chief Shinto shrine for the deity of good fortune and experience its gardens and carp pond. You will join over 1.5 million visitors who pray for the success of their business and safety of their families over New Year's Day. Some 6,000 of them also take part in the annual "lucky race" to the temple in search of good luck. This temple boasts some 3,500 subordinate Shinto shrines. The area is known for sake production; you may get a chance to sample some, as occasional sake festivals are held in the shrine. Our Nishinomiya trip builder makes visiting Nishinomiya Shrine and other Nishinomiya attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • This is the best shrine in Nishininomiya.... I got married here too. We go every year! Its also totally packed at New Year's so I recommend going on the 10th...before 5PM... 
  • God of prosperity even mildew was Mr. Shrine are enshrined. It is during each year, January 9, 10, 11, is something else. Caught up in the traffic jam from the station of Hanshin's preferred. Slowly like shrine is lively and fun, people who go on a different day.
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  • Is a Shinto shrine is famous men every year. I went to the 1/4 shrine was still come more people. In the received a sweet in the premises. Like in the first visit was a very calm atmosphere.
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  • Name shrine and Tianjin amatuka two ☆ Ebisu Shibuya-ku, Ebisu Shinto shrine (1) 1-11-1 West, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Ebisu shrine in front of Ebisu station was originally in the post-war readjustment, Ebisu shrine was renamed montake of Nishinomiya Jinja in Hyogo Prefecture Nishinomiya City became relocation built to its present location in 1959 and, at that time in the headquarters of the Ebisu shrine. (2) it is a beautiful shrine is Ebisu shrine Shibuya-ku, Ebisu 3-30-13 Ebisu Garden place in breweries headquarters building higashiwaki large is not kept in good condition. Factory built a Shinto shrine dedicated to Ebisu and co Nishinomiya shrine the predecessor of Sapporo breweries co., Ltd. Japan beer brewery company in 1893, the God of prosperity is beginning. In 1994, "Yebisu Garden place" was built, has been open to the public. First of all "Ebisu" name is derived from "webisubiru", this is old history as Ebisu shrine.
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  • Ebisu's national headquarters is in Nishinomiya shrine. Walking 1/10 Hanshin electric railway does normally crowded train, ride on the JR or no. 2 also should not ride Hankyu Hanshin highway through the gates of Tsu. It only during the day is great at.
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  • New year's day had roughly Coco opened and the environment and doing great!
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  • I went to the shrine toward the men in the new year, sports day. Seem to run quite a steep curve.
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  • Environment is very helpful. Morning from 9 o'clock priest and about 30 of Scriptures or something like that together recitation come, loved by the locals, I thought.
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