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Sarutahiko Shrine, Ise

#4 of 269 in Historic Sites in Mie Prefecture
Religious Site · Tourist Spot
Sarutahiko Shrine is renowned as a "power spot," affording visitors luck and good fortune with new endeavors. Deified at this Shinto temple is the Sarutahiko Okami, the leader of the earthly kami, seen as a symbol of strength and guidance. In front of the main structure, look out for "Kodenchi," an octagonal pillar which, according to legend, bestows upon you various kinds of blessings when you lay your hands on it. You can expect this point to be fairly busy every day. Use our Ise trip itinerary builder tool to add Sarutahiko Shrine and other attractions to your Ise vacation plans.
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  • The deity enshrined at Sarutahiko Shrine is "Sarutahiko Oogami" who appears in every event and lead us to the best direction. The deity is described Japanese old historical documents such as 'Kojiki.....  more »
  • Sarutahiko is a god of "Michihiraki", or opening a way. So, it is good to pray, when you want to begin to do something. Compared with Ise shrine, it is much smaller, but likewise it a quiet and...  more »
  • If come to Japan make sure visit this place
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