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Kunkoku Shrine

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The Kukoku shrine is enshrined the god of Fukutoku harmony. It is respected as "Kukuni Inari Daimyojin" because the donated of the Treasure Sword of the NIT and Hisakuni work in the Kamakura period. In addition, the forehead of the front front shrine is assumed to be the one by the brush of Katsukaifune.

He is the only real person in the seven Lucky Gods and a priest. I wore a petite, pot belly, torn robe and always had a big bag. In the bag, everything needed for daily life was included. It is said that it is good to foresee the fortune-telling and the weather, and the body did not get wet even if sleeping in the snow. Moreover, it is said that it is an incarnation of Maitreya, and it is called a sack-sama in China today.

TransportationMiyako Bus "Roppongi 2-chome" 3 min.


2-1-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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