Hiyoshi Taisha Shrine

This head shrine presiding over a nationwide network of over 3,800 sub-shrines by the name of Hiyoshi, Hie, and Sanno has a long and distinguished history that reaches back more than 2,100 years. Masaru the monkey, who wards off evil, is a symbol of the shrine you’ll find gracing the shrine’s ornamentation, the good luck charms on sale and elsewhere. The shrine is also one of the Kansai region’s most celebrated places for autumn leaves, thanks to the 3,000 trees planted across the expansive grounds to produce brilliant colors in the fall. In recent years, Hiyoshi Grand Shrine has attracted attention for its appearances in films.
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