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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 18, 2024
Yuzen Shrine Founded in 749 (the first year of Tenpei Katsuho) God of hot water in Atami The gods told us that there was a hot spring that had the effect of eliminating diseases, and a shrine was erected to enshrine the god, and it is a shrine that protects the hot springs of Atami. In order to be grateful for the hot springs of Atami and to ensure that the veins of the springs do not cease, an annual festival is held every spring and autumn. The names of the inns dedicated to the shrine are engraved in a row, and the names of the inns that no longer exist are also lined up, and you can feel the history of modern hot spring inns. In front of the shrine, there is a large hot spring that is said to be the source of Atami Onsen, and the intermittent spring is also a famous place. Address: 〒413-0018 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Kami Lodging Town 4-12 Phone number: 0557-81-9817 Parking/None
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 16, 2024
Imamiya Shrine Imamiya Shrine, located in the western district of Atami, has been revered since ancient times as a shrine of wish fulfillment. The gods of the festival are the chief god of things and the chief god of the great country. It was founded very old, more than 1700 years ago, and is said to have been the reign of Emperor Hitoku. The legend of Minamoto no Yoritomo is also well known. When Minamoto no Yoritomo was exiled to Izu, when he wandered into the mountains of Atami, he prayed to the shrine under the camphor tree and was able to escape from his pursuers safely. Every year on October 19th and 20th, we hold a grand festival. Address: 〒413-0028 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Sakuracho 3-29 Phone number: 0557-81-4232 Access: About 15 minutes by bus bound for Momijigaoka from JR Atami Station→ get off at Koarashi → 3 minutes on foot Parking lot / Nearby paid P available
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Atami Tourism Association
Feb. 13, 2024
Kinomiya Shrine Kunomiya Shrine has been worshipped for a long time as a god of good fortune and good luck. Next to the main shrine is a sacred tree of a large camphor tree that is 2,100 years old and has a trunk thickness of 24 meters, which has been designated as a national natural monument, and is also famous as a power spot. It is said that if you go around the trunk, the lifespan will be extended by one year, and many worshippers visit to pray for longevity, healing of illness, and health in order to appreciate the vitality of this tree. It is also said that people who have wishes will be able to make their wishes if they go around without telling anyone what they think. It is lit up at night, and you can enjoy each expression in the morning, noon, and night. The annual festival is held on July 14~16 every year. Address: 〒413-0034 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Nishiyama-cho 43-1 Phone number: 0557-82-2241 Access: From JR Atami Station, take a bus bound for Motohakone or Nishiyama for about 15 minutes and get off in front of Miya Shrine →. Parking lot / 15 cars + 25 cars (charged) * Discount is available for those who receive prayers and gifts * Use public transportation as it will be crowded.
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SAMURAI⚔HONOR
Feb. 2, 2024
How to visit shrines and temples/神社参拝の作法 Samurai were born with a sense of honor. Honor was the highest good. The goal that a young man who wanted to become a samurai had to pursue was not wealth or knowledge, but honor. Honor was a goal to be pursued "within oneself," without regard to profit or loss. Therefore, "honor" that is concerned with public reputation is not real honor. 侍は生まれながらにして「名誉」を自覚していた。 「名誉」は最高の善であった。 侍を目指す若者が追求しなければならない目標は、富や知識ではなく、名誉であった。 「名誉」は損得勘定なく、“自らのなかで”追い求め続ける目標なのだ。 ゆえに世間の評判を気にするような「名誉」は本当の名誉ではない。
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