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May. 15, 2020 UPDATE

Enmusubi jishu festival

- えんむすび地主祭り -
Traveler Friendly
Reservation is not required. If you stay in Kyoto on the first Sunday, please feel free to join Jishu festival. A good Luck gavel may become great memory for you.
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Japanese only
Languages spoken
Japanese only
PeriodFirst Sunday of every month
VenueJishu jinja shrine
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May. 15, 2020 UPDATE

Enmusubi jishu festival

- えんむすび地主祭り -
Traveler Friendly
Reservation is not required. If you stay in Kyoto on the first Sunday, please feel free to join Jishu festival. A good Luck gavel may become great memory for you.
Information
Japanese only
Languages spoken
Japanese only
3618 41 --- 0 reviews
PeriodFirst Sunday of every month
VenueJishu jinja shrine
Story & Recommendation
Monthly event for good relation and marriage
Enmusubi (praying for a good relationship and a marriage) jishu festival is held at Jishu jinja shrine where is located north of Kiyomizu-dera temple main hall. Jishu jinja shrine is popular as a god of a good relationship and a marriage, and Okuninushinomikoto is a god of Jishu shrine. Jishu jinja festival is a monthly event which take place on the first Sunday of every month from 2 pm. The priest recites a Shinto prayer and the purification ceremony of love stones and wooden plaques is also performed during the event. A lot of wooden plaques are hung on the rack, these are written by visitors who come from various places. A good luck gavel is offered to visitor for free of charge.
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Event time
2 pm
Cancellations
No
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