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Ebisu Shrine, Shibuya

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  • We had our fill of shrines and temples whilst on holiday but this place stood out for us. Very serene and beautiful, and when we visited there were not to many visitors so it felt special.  more »
  • Close to Ebisu station West exit, only slightly deflected from komazawa-Dori is the location of the shrine is quietly tucked away. Compact precincts so as easily prayed at the rising atmosphere. And locals who might be familiar to Office workers in nearby. Glover's many people a few minutes while I pray. Ebisu, God of fishing and trade also are enshrined. I have many blessings, but don't be too ambitious to fit the hand. Nokyo-Sho is also in the commercial city center, the holiday is Saturday and Sunday.
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  • This little shrine is an example of the cool little things you find in the back streets of Tokyo. Small, but close to one of the bar and restaurant districts.
  • Ebisu shrine found between ōtori shrine came on the way to dedicate the bamboo shoots to kameido Tenjin shrine, the reach of Shibuya hikawa shrine. Was full of love, such as signs of a relaxed atmoshpere is of course to the three companies, dedicated to shoots Ebisu shrine visits was for the first time. Do not usually walked almost the Ebisu-Cho, suddenly came in a car near the shrine and said, like the reverse of the spirited away is amazingly good and this was the Kanji.
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  • The small shrine. Saturday was incessantly came, I was surprised. Saturday and Sunday closed an Office place, don't get any the nokyo-sho.
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  • Knew their grandfather at were constructed. Travellers which worships a different God said, but "will be blessing or something if you keep praying..." shrine of nuance is very high. We have set up assorted shopkeepers were around, home safety and prosperity; Though the ancient Shinto votive in without "safely able to new year's Eve. Travellers can send safely this year. "What it seems. By the way my name is character of this shrine were given we're going, but I totally didn't realize.
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  • Great! Andoh was and. I'm surrounded by road and aerial view. 🎵
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