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Yasaka Koshin-do

Yasaka Koshin-do(Daikoku-san Kongo-ji Koshin-do)

八坂庚申堂

KYOTO

Yasaka Koshin-do is a small temple located in Higashiyama, Kyoto. In many places at the temple hang color balls representing Kukurizaru, a monkey with bound feet and hands. In Koshin belief, it represents the control of the playful and desire-driven creature everyone has inside his body. The local custom says that in order to get a wish fulfilled, one must give up to another desire.

Information

Address:
390-1, Kinen-cho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto

Map

Directions:
5 minutes walk from City Bus Stop Kiyomizu-michi

Best Season:
All Year

Reference:
TEL 075-541-2565

Web Site

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