Yasaka Koshin-do Temple

[Visiting fees] FREE
[Visiting fees] FREE
[Kukurizaru] 500 Yen

A photogenic temple that is home to the cute and colorful "Kukurizaru" cloth monkeys with bound feet and hands.

This is a popular spot for girls wearing yukata and kimono for the wishes said to come true if written down and hung up on the premises.
Look up towards the comparatively small temple roof and chant "See no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil" at the monkeys who sit otherwise innocently in their place.

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(Viewing times / 參拜時間) 9:00 - 17:00
adress 390-1 Kinencho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto
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URL http://www.geocities.jp/yasakakousinndou/
605-0828  京都市東山区金園町390-1 八坂庚申堂

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