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Reviewed 8 February 2021

・この神社でお金を洗うと清められて、さらに増えると言われています。
・La gente lava su dinero aquí. Se supone que lo purifica y te trae más.
・People wash their money here. It is supposed to purify it and bring you more.
こちらの神社には「一粒萬倍の泉」があります。
そして説明書きには、
・印鑑&お金を洗うと良い。
・持ち帰って家の入り口や四隅に注ぐのが良い。
・ここで洗ったお金の一部は北品川のお店で使うのが良い。
とありました。
ご利益がありそうなのお金を洗い、
ペットボトル(2ℓ×3本)に御神水を汲み持ち帰りました。
なお、お水を汲む際の裏技をお教えします(笑)
【持参する物】
・漏斗(じょうご)
先ず、柄杓が2個ありますので、
1個はセンサーの反応用としてお使いください。
※センサーに反応して水が出ます。
出てきた御神水をもう1個の柄杓に溜めます。
溜まった御神水を漏斗を使ってペットボトルへ移します。
※柄杓からペットボトルへ移すのが困難なため漏斗を使用。
この方法で2ℓのペットボトルを御神水で満タンにするのに、
所要時間は10分程度です。
ですので、誰もいないような日時に取水しないと、
他の参拝客へ迷惑になりますので注意が必要になります(汗)
ちなみに私は、
ペットボトル(2ℓ×3本)を取水するのに30分掛かりました。
運よくこの時は誰もいませんでした(笑)

Date of experience: June 2020
201  Thank DAIDAIKICHI_8
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Reviewed 27 February 2020

This is a shrine located in a walking distance from Shinagawa station.
Here has a mountain( or could be hill ) whose elevation is 15M, called Fuji-zuka.
In Japan, Fujisan has been deified from people and said that climbing the top, elevation 3776M would give sacred power to the visitor.
Here only has a 15M, so good cost-performance.
Visitors can enter the mountain from an intermediate way of stairs to the shrine. Markers of Gou No.1 to No.5 can be look over with a single glance (Gou means the percentage of the way to top and divided to 10, 10th means the top.).
The view from the top has buildings only, usual sight, but somehow I felt nice.
In the precinct, there is Inari Jinja which has a promenade with Red Torii.
There is a spring at the bottom of the promenade, named 一粒萬倍(Ichi Ryu Man Bai).
This means the spring multiplies something by 10,000.
Ordinally people having their own business bring this water and sprinkle it to their shop.
A visitor guy put it on his hair.

Date of experience: February 2020
1  Thank maritora
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Reviewed 27 October 2019 via mobile

A small but quaint shine close to Shinagawa Station. Nothing particularly spectacular about this shrine as there are many larger ones in Tokyo. Nevertheless, if you’re around the area it would make a nice detour.

Date of experience: October 2019
2  Thank Jonwwy
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Reviewed 14 March 2019 via mobile

A Lovely little shrine nestled in Shinagawa
along hwy 15
Don’t let the steep steps discourage you
You can also take the road to the right up to the shrine area
Pilgrimages may have stopped here on the route to Kyoto

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank warrenD190
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Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

Lovely little shrine, a peaceful and green enclave to visit. Don’t miss the smaller steps up to the left. Plenty deities to choose from!

Date of experience: July 2018
2  Thank Emm_Martin
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