Wish upon the matchmaking deity for success in love
Benzaiten, one of the seven lucky gods of Asakusa, is enshrined, and is said to bring benefits such as business success
Mitsumine Jinja, or Mitsumime Shrine, which is located in Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture, is surrounded by beautiful mountains. It enshrines various gods in the fullness of nature.
A shrine affiliated with boars and protection for the lower body
The head Kumano shrine where various Kumano deities are worshiped
A well-known shrine for its Chichibu Night Festival. Chichibu shrine enshrines several gods and has a history of over 2,100 years.
A shinto shrine enshrining Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan, worshiped by a large number of people.
Famous for its cherry blossoms and being one of Kyoto’s three Kumano Shrines
For those who want to succeed like Hideyoshi did
A shrine that has a beautiful vermilion-lacquered shrine pavilion from the Edo period. It is also called Sanja Gongen (in honor of three men who founded the temple), and the Sanja Matsuri held in May is one of the Three Great Festivals of Edo (now Tokyo).
A spectacular hall of worship with 44 massive pillars
Famous as a spiritual site believed to bring good luck in marriage
Famous since the Edo period (1603–1868) for its god of business prosperity. Site of the largest Tori no Ichi open-air market in Japan.
The mystical, large torii (gateway) that appears as if it’s floating on the lake’s surface is a must-see
Famous for its strange festival, the Kurama Fire Festival
Known for its relation to the Fujiwara clan, this shrine boasts spectacular views of autumn foliage
The head of Japan’s Kumano shrines—famous for matchmaking
The gateway to Mt. Fuji, this shrine lets you purify body and mind in an atmosphere both solemn and cooling (you might even get a chance to see Shinto ceremonies like festivals, benedictions, or weddings!)
This ancient temple contains the history of the Southern Dynasty
Inherit Hikaru Genji's luck in love