This is one of the seven major love shrines in Japan. A hidden version of love is carved on the front pillars. It is both solemn and cute. Just looking at it makes people immersed in the joy of love! Even the Omori sold is colorful, and people can't help but want to take them all home. And Biei Shrine in winter looks more solemn and more flavorful. Next time you come to Biei, in addition to enjoying the beautiful scenery around you with your eyes, don't forget to help yourself to bless your love luck!
Biei Shrine is said to be the most famous shrine for marriage in Japan. The little friend is still a single dog, and shook the lottery. It was a winning lottery and happily received it.
The original red stamp book of the shrine is very beautiful. I bought a red stamp book as my souvenir.
The shrine is in good condition and the architecture is very beautiful. It was not until I came here that I realized that Miei Shrine was the god of marriage.
I arrived at 9am. The shrine has just opened and there is a parking lot inside, but there is not much parking space.