If you’re in Tokyo, pay a visit to Tokyo Daijingu Shrine There is the city’s most powerful shrine when it comes to matters of the heart. Many Japanese, especially young females, frequent the Daijingu to pray for successful love lives. On weekends, find an epic queue stretching all the way to the torii gate. Police were about for crowd control. Shrine workers will instruct worshippers to get into two lines. If such is the case, go for the right line, it’s more potent. The shrine itself isn’t much. But hey, just maybe you’ll find your new love in your queue!
Tokyo Daijingu Shrine is affectionately called ‘O-Ise-san in Tokyo’ because of its enshrined deities where belongs to Ise Jingu in Mie prefecture, one of Shinto’s holiest sites for more than 1,300 years.
The Meiji Emperor ordered the creation of Daijingu in 1880 so more people could receive the legendary blessings of Ise without the impossible expense of the long journey south to Mie. There is the Tokyo Daijingu Shrine at Ise in the place of a 3-minute walk from the “Iidabashi” station. There will be many people imagining a big Shinto shrine from the name of the Shinto shrine.
But it is an unexpectedly small Shinto shrine. Please try to find out, actually there are some of heart motifs in the shrine! There is a legend that if you can find out a lot of these motifs, you will get new love soon! You will feel relax at this shrine and you don’t believe that there is still really hart of Tokyo. Interesting? Please check it out!