[Kifune Shrine Okumiya] The matchmaking power spot starts here!

At Kifune Shrine, there is a main shrine called Hongu and its back, as the name suggests, "Okumiya".

Unlike the gorgeous main shrine, a mysterious atmosphere comes out at once.

As a power spot, it is clearly one step higher. That should be it, I fulfilled the fulfillment of love by visiting

The legend related to Izumi Shikibu and that is what "Ox's time visit to the shrine" is here.

Overall, the feelings, or the spirits, are different!


First, "Yui no Yashiro" is located between the main shrine and the okumiya.

If you are looking for a power spot for marriage, it may be meaningless if you do not go here instead of the main shrine.

What is enshrined here is "Iwanagahimenomikoto". In the story of her sister's marriage

When her father said, "Then, please get my sister Iwanagahimenomikoto with her."

The god whose name is NINIGI refused, "No, I just need one of your daughters!"

and then,"Iwanagahimenomikoto"said,"I, let's stay here and give people a good relationship" started.

Wide heart! Although people tend to resent normally, on the contrary, a person like myself (God?)

Consideration not to increase any more. It's just like a Buddha, no god.
This story is described in detail in "Kojiki". ↓ I am familiar with this book.

When you are in Kyoto, you will see various gods enshrined. A good book that can organize such things in an easy-to-understand manner.

By the way, "Iwanaga Himenomikoto" is drawn insanely in this book. ..

Because it's a god who was turned down. .. That's the kind of expression pictorially. ..

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(2016/6/26 22:32時点)

Since then, he has a strong faith as a god of marriage, a god who prays for love. That's right.

It is this god that Izumi Shikibu prayed for. For those who are looking for a power spot for marriage

By all means, don't just go back to the main shrine, but go to this "Yui no Yashiro".


Going further, "Aioi Osugi". Also known as "Meotosugi". It is a rare cedar with one root.

Over 1000 years old. There are many highlights here and there that are typical of matchmaking power spots.


The approach to Okumiya is quiet and quiet like a lie in the bustle of the main shrine. Don't relax

Though I think about it, the speed at which the white-clad obi does not touch the ground with the candle in my head

(If you see a straw doll being sold with a five-inch nail, you have to run away at that speed.

It seems that I couldn't do it), and I think there were people running, which made me feel complicated.


Next is "Shihigawa". Originally, it was the "Omonoi Migawa", when visiting

It was a river that was Misogi, but Izumi Shikibu prayed for the fulfillment of love, so it was called "Shihi River".

Making an image of that kind of trick, Sasugasu.


"Tsutsumigaiwa". It is said to be Kibune stone. Prove that this area was a submarine volcano long ago

And that. is that so! ?? That's amazing.


The Shinto gate of Okumiya. Is it finally Okumiya from here?


"Renri no Sugi" grows as if you are snuggling up again as soon as you enter. Is this also a trick that can be done by a power spot?


Compared to the main shrine, there is a feeling that the mystery of nature has improved. This is certainly a comfortable space.


Looking into the main shrine from the hall of worship. It's not glittering, but it's simple.


Right place. What is the right place? The shrine doesn't explain much.

I want to know more because it is the religion of my own country, but I don't have much information around me.

I wonder if I don't want to teach Shinto so much.


"Mifune stone". The beginning of Kifune Shrine was by Emperor Tenmu's mother, Tamayorihime, and Kifune.

It is said that the company was built here after climbing the Yodo, Kamo, and Kamo rivers.

And it is this "Mifune-shaped stone" that surrounds the Kibune with pebbles. Really?

Mythical world, legend, lie or true? It's a mysterious power spot with a mixed feeling.

Kifune Shrine
180 Kuramakibunecho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
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

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