Hakone Shrine was built in 757, at the foot of Hakone Mountain, on the shore of Lake Ashi. The shrine's Torien Gate is located along the shore of Lake Ashi and is clearly visible when you visit the lake. Built on the water's edge in order to pray for new ships to enter the water. Hakone Shrine was founded by Hannah Shinto on the Hakone Mountain, which has been a great sanctuary of mountain belief since ancient times. It was once believed by many military generals such as Yoritomo and Tokugawa Ieyasu. It is a shrine with history. Since ancient times, the Hakone Shrine has been honored as the famous shrine of the Kanto general town, and it is a very important god of luck in safety, wishful thinking, and luck. There are also many sacred shrines that are more than 800 years old, and the special natural monuments of the county level, Ji Shaluo Chunlin. The Treasure Hall displays the statues of the monks and the knives used by my brothers.
Explore the outskirts of Tokyo and head to Hakone. Another area to view Mt. Fuji, unfortunately for us, it was too cloudy. But it was still an amazing area to see especially Hakone Shrine where you can see a torii over Lake Ashi. Such a breathtaking serene place! #happynewyear #hakone #mtfuji #lakeashi #wandermye
The Hakone Shrine, built in 757, is one of the top ten shrines in Japan. It has a long history and is very representative.
Japan's shrine. Before entering, you will first enter the hand in the hand water, walk up the stairs, go After the sacred tree-filled pilgrimage road over 800 years old, it will arrive at the shrine hall
bell to wake up the gods, clapping three times, and praying
faith always makes us a vibrating, invisible In the bottom of my heart
next to the shrine of the shrine, there is the Kowloon Head Shrine (New Palace), and you will see the pool of the nine-headed dragon. It is said that the water spouted by the dragon head is the dragon water that can enhance the love fortune
Peaceful Torii, in order to pray for the safety of the ship, establish the entrance of the
torn bird representative of the gods, to distinguish the gods inhabited by God and the secular world inhabited by humans
When the clouds are not scattered, the door between the gods and the human beings is more ethereal