Mikane Shrine

Mikane Shrine

A shrine featuring golden shinto torii in a quiet residential area near the World Cultural Heritage site of Nijo Castle.
Kanayama Biko God (Kanejayakikikami) appears in the Japanese myth at festivities as a god of festivals.
Kanayama Biko God is known as the god of mines and minerals that gives benefits and blessings to all metals (swords, swords, mirrors, plows, hoes, etc.) used in human life. Furthermore, since gold, silver and copper are used for currency, they are also included. Kanayama Biko is widely viewed as as a great god that protects assets, real estate, transactions, and grants safety during travel.
The shrine was founded in 1883 and became familiar with the nickname of Konjinsama(金神様) and visited by locals.

Name Mikane Shrine
Access · From "Karasuma Oike" station to the "Nijo Castle" station by subway Tozai line 1 minute
 → "Nijo Castle" station 5 minutes on foot
Address 614, Oshinishinotoincho, Nakagyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 604-0042
URL http://kyoto.wakasa.jp/detail/25/372/
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御金神社

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