My wife and I got married here - my son had his 'name-giving' ceremony here - we visit here every new year for our annual blessing. The staff and priests are all very helpful and kind and made every event a special occasion for us.
It's scenic beauty is magnificent all year round - especially in autumn and during the cherry blossom festival.
For new year, there are very long cues to get into the main altar area (3-4 hours) - only letting off on the last day.
As everywhere else, be sure to have someone who can translate for you.
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