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We visited Ebisu Shrine in the second week of January 2017 after being asked along by family who live near Nara and visit the shrine every year to pray for good business for the coming year.
Little did we know at the time but this...More
The shrine is very close to our Airbnb..we stumbled upon it by chance. As it is not a tourist destination, you can expect it to be quiet and serene. Apparently will be crowded sometime in January so as long as you are in any other...More
Ebisu is the Japanese god of commerce. More than a million people are visiting here just for three days around January 10th, the period which is called '10th Ebisu', every year.
However, when I visited here at the end of December, only a few people...More
The Imamiya Ebisu Shrine is dedicated to Ebessan, the God of business and prosperity and was established around the year 600. Just few steps from there it's a very small temple named Naniwaji temple, built in the Meiji era so don't forget to turn right...More