Sake Shrine, with benefits for marriage

This is a rare shrine in the whole country which gets its name from salmon (sake) since it is said that the sea god changes into the form of a salmon when he comes. On the grounds there are salmon mounds and every year in December, the Kenkeisai (salmon festival) is held to pray for abundant harvest and good health. Also, salmon ema (prayer placards often shaped like a horse) are offered.

Address 820-0304 542 Okuma, Kama City
Contact Tel:0948-43-3680 
Kama City Tourism and Town Development Association
Parking Possible parking nearby (20 spaces)
Access (1) 3 minute walk from Nishitetsu Bus ”Okuma” bus stop
(2) About 25 minutes by car from ”Honami Higashi Interchange” on the Yakiyama Bypass
Area Chikuho Area
Genre Shrines and Temples (History and Culture)

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