Tamatsukuriyu-jinja Shrine (Wishing Stone)

Travel Guide - Tamatsukuriyu-jinja Shrine (Wishing Stone)

Information

Tamatsukuriyu-jinja Shrine enshrines Tamanooya-no-Mikoto, the god who is said to have created Yasakani-no-Magatama, one of the three Imperial Regalia of Japan.

The shrine is a popular spiritual place because of its famous Wishing Stone, a naturally formed stone ball.
Visitors can make a wish as they pour water on the stone, and then take home a small with-granting stone as a souvenir.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 6 minutes from JR Tamatsukuri Onsen Station by the bus bound for Tamatsukuri Onsen. Get off at the last stop.
  • 25 minutes walk from JR Tamatsukuri Onsen Station

Address / Location

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