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Hakuto Shrine was the setting of the myth of the White Rabbit of Inaba, mentioned in Japan’s traditional creation myth, the Kojiki. Legend holds that the powers of the shrine offered relief from burns and other skin conditions. Mitarashi Pond Along...more
Small pleasant shrine with stone rabbits incorporated into the path leading up to the shrine. If you collect temple stamps, they have a calligrapher from 9 until 3 it appears as those are the "popular times" on google maps, but otherwise one can walk up...More
Hakuto Shrine, the Shrine of the Rabbit, brings good love fortune. A small shrine and a good stop after long hours of driving. Unfortunately it was closed on that day. Spent 30 mins at the highway stop and got some yummy fish cakes
Japan is full of these so-called "power spots", which are mainly shinto shrines. Girls and, occasionally, boys, visit these places carrying a deep prayer of finding a loving one soon. According to the legend, a rabbit from a distant island wanted to cross the sea,...More
The shrine near Tottori prefecture, with the story of Rabbits.Very beautiful shrine with diffferent story.
The shrine is located near beautiful nature , near sea shore.
One more amazing thing is , if you want to be in a relationship or get married , just...More
You want a boyfriend or to get married. Well, this the perfect place for you. Here is a Shinto shrine where you can pray for your love life to be more blessed. It even has a nice cute legend with a rabbit who brought two...More
An old Japanese story about the white rabbit of Inaba says that the rabbit tricked some sharks to help him leave his island. He jumped on their heads saying he wanted to count them, but at the end yelled that he had tricked them. The...More
Hakuto-jinja (White Rabbit Temple) is a must go for couples, or hopeful singles. Also known as a famous place to pray for "en musubi" (to have a lasting relationship or to meet a romantic partner), it is a Shrine dedicated to Okuninushi who helped a...More