The biggest attraction of Kifune sightseeing is probably "Kifune Shrine". Eat riverbed food and go along the Kifune River, the headwaters of the Kamo River If you cool down while walking and visit the power spot "Kifune Shrine", you will have a gorgeous course with a spiritual test.
There is a torii gate along the street lined with Kawadoko cuisine inns, and if you climb the stone steps, you will reach Kifune Shrine. It is in the center of Kifune.
Kifune Shrine is probably the stone steps and lanterns! The green of the green leaves and the vermilion of the lantern are beautiful. There are many people in yukata in the summer, and it has a pretty visual atmosphere. It would be nice if the lantern was lit in the evening.
The precincts are also quite busy. Furthermore, in the summer, the colors are beautiful with the Tanabata bamboo grass decoration. It's lit up at night, so it's fantastic.
The shrine is also beautiful and calm.
Sometimes I take a break at the resting place. The Kibune River and the kawadoko are lined up with a lot of green leaves and below you.
Here is the Shinboku of Kifune Shrine. It is said that the spirit of the dragon is coming out of here, so many thin trees are scattered around. It is said that the Imperial Palace in Tokyo was built along the dragon vein, but I wonder if it feels the same as that idea. Kifune was also written as "Kisei root" and meant "the source of tree". This is a pretty serious power spot.
it is said, the place that is often called a power spot is that the air is clear or that it is cool. but Kifune, the whole thing is cool and the air is clear.
Well, Hongu. "Takaocaminokami", the child of the couple gods of Izanagi Nomikoto and Izanamino Mikoto Is enshrined. When Izanami Mikoto gave birth to the god of fire, it died in that, When Izanagi Nomikoto tried to cut off the god of fire with a ten-fisted sword, the sword broke and blood drips again. It is said that the god of water "Takao Caminokami" was born from that blood.
At the shrine, there is a horse called Shinme, on which the god rides, but here "Kifune Shrine" is said to be the birthplace of votive tablets. When I was in Kyoto, there were too many origins of ◯◯, and at first I said, "Huh! That's right !?" I've been reacting one by one, but I'm getting used to it.
After all, "Kifune Shrine" is famous for marriage matching. Matching with a power spot, this is a call for people.
So, when you come to Kifune Shrine, you should do "water fortune-telling lottery". I was given a paper which didn't write anything
Place it on this sacred water and let it flow. Then, mysterious!
The characters come to the surface like this. This is fun. The production unique to the god of water, the mystery that emerges, and the fun of magic. This will be done. As expected. A shrine in Kyoto, a spiritual test, rather than a strong commercial spirit!
That's why couples get excited too. No, I think it's good! Kifune Shrine 180 Kuramakibunecho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 075-741-2016 Award office reception hours 9:00 to 16:30 (Omikuji, amulets, etc. award reception) Opening hours 6:00 to 20:00 (5/1 to 11/30) 6:00 to 18:00 (12/1 to 4/30) * The gate closes at 20:00 on the third day of the new year