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
Encounter a god of matchmaking in a busy district
The shrine to the north of the main hall of Kiyomizu-dera Temple, whose spirit is worshipped as a deity of marriage. A pair of guardian stones in the grounds known as ”Koi uranai-no-Ishi” dates back to the Jomon period.
A well-known shrine for its Chichibu Night Festival. Chichibu shrine enshrines several gods and has a history of over 2,100 years.
Famous for its deity of scholarship
The head shrine of all the Kasuga-jinja shrines all over Japan, it is located on Mt. Mikasa, which has been treated as a sacred area since ancient times. In 2018, the shrine commemorated its 1,250th anniversary.
Formerly Kumano Hayatama Taisha Shrine, this shrine is located on the grounds where Kumano’s three deities descended
The traditional god of learning
Where the guardian buck and doe are enshrined
The Hakone Shrine with its vermillion-lacquered torii (Shinto shrine archway) and its Japanese cedars is a shrine with a holy presence that tells you about history
The three-story pagoda is the symbol of Takahata
A shinto shrine enshrining Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan, worshiped by a large number of people.
This is a popular shrine for enmusubi-mairi, praying for a good marriage match. Weathered, miniature Shinto shrines on the shrine grounds invite your profound interest.
The head of Japan’s Kumano shrines—famous for matchmaking
The source of worship to Nachi Falls
A guardian deity of water with miraculous virtue worshipped since ancient times. The shrine has been worshipped for better luck marriage by countless people through the ages, including nobles.
A shrine for a popular matchmaking deity and associated with the puppet play “Sonezaki Shinju”
A shrine built to represent the nation's wish for peace. Yushukan displays relics and wills, and it is worth visiting.
For those who want to succeed like Hideyoshi did