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* Does 0 luck improve? Three selections of Shinto shrines where golden gingko nut wins

Hello. Fortunate thing is favorite correspondent RIEdel omedetaikoto.
We are fascinated by beauty of trees turning the clothing nowadays for winter that autumn deepens. Above all, I visit only Kanja with gingko nut at this time as it is said that gingko nut leads to luck with money from the gold (laugh).
Beautiful golden gingko nut is Chuo-ku are introduced here. with three of recommendation of RIEdel particularly from Shinto shrine of Chuo-ku reaching the best time to see soon.

... Sanno resting place for a portable shrine Nihonbashi Bridge Hie-jinja Shrine ... which holds its breath in gold of valley of building

Does ... Sanno resting place for a portable shrine Nihonbashi Bridge Hie-jinja Shrine - 0 0 luck to hold its breath in gold of valley of building improve? Three selections of Shinto shrines where golden gingko nut wins

Reference: December 8, 2018 shooting

It is gingko nut of Sanno resting place for a portable shrine (Nihonbashi Bridge Hie-jinja Shrine) that appears in my heart first when color of gingko nut becomes topic. Having taken a walk through Kabuto-cho neighborhood several years ago. Some this side of Kayabacho intersection that goes south in Heisei-dori St. from the Tokyo Stock Exchange area, and conflicts with Eitai-dori Ave. We found gingko nut which emitted golden light from interval of building when we looked at the left casually. It was very, very divine and has put hands together on the spot unintentionally.

As of November 22 when I visited you this time, gingko nut was still deep-blue, but will be to be able to show wonderful gold when we enter in December.

 * Does 0 luck improve? Three selections of Shinto shrines where golden gingko nut wins

November 22, 2019 shooting
 

■Access information
Sanno resting place for a portable shrine Nihonbashi Bridge Hie-jinja Shrine
http://www.hiejinjanihombashisessha.tokyo/

〒103-0025 1-6-16, Nihonbashikayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, Hibiya Line Kayabacho Station (exit 9.10) 1-minute walk
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Toei Asakusa Line Nihombashi Station (exit D2) 5-minute walk

Fanwise-topknot hairstyle - Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine ... which grows erectly in the sky of Tsukuda

Does fanwise-topknot hairstyle - Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine - 0 0 luck to grow erectly in the sky of Tsukuda improve? Three selections of Shinto shrines where golden gingko nut wins

November 22, 2019 shooting


Shinto shrine with recommended gingko nut that we follow is Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine of Tsukuda Island.
As for this gingko nut, figure standing still erectly is impressive towards blue sky spreading big in residential area. State to take light of the autumn afternoon, and to glisten with gold is a word of "it is rich".
This was still deep-blue generally on day when I visited you, but a part that exposure to the sun was good has begun to change color yellow.
 

■Access information
Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine
https://www.sumiyoshijinja.or.jp/

〒104-0051 1-1-14, Tsukuda, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, Toei Oedo Line "Tsukishima Station" Exit 6 5-minute walk

Couple gingko nut - tsukiji Namiyoke-jinja Shrine ... which hangs down like golden ear of rice

Does couple gingko nut - tsukiji Namiyoke-jinja Shrine - 0 0 luck to hang down like golden ear of rice improve? Three selections of Shinto shrines where golden gingko nut wins

November 22, 2019 shooting


Shinto shrine with the last recommended gingko nut is tsukiji Namiyoke-jinja Shrine.
"Droop gingko nut" that this is slightly rare is sacred tree. When this droop ginkgo changes color, it is like golden ear of rice which grew totally heavily. As of November 22, only some gingko nut of the torii right hand (the south side) have begun to change color yellow.
Enshrined deity of tsukiji Namiyoke-jinja Shrine is ukanomitamanomikoto. It is God who is often worshiped by God "Inari" of business prosperity. Furthermore, it is in autumn worship spot that luck with money up, business luck up cannot take off for RIEdel which there is not of other idea as droop gingko nut which lets you image "rice half-dried bonito" which "rice becomes" which became the etymology of Inari (I think without permission (laugh)) is sacred tree♪
※In addition, it hangs down, and, according to the official site of Namiyoke-jinja Shrine, gingko nut is with sacred tree of "longevity prayer".

■Access information
tsukiji Namiyoke-jinja Shrine
http://www.namiyoke.or.jp/index.html

〒104-0045 6-20-37, Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
A 7-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line "Tsukiji" station
A 5-minute walk from Toei Oedo Line "Tsukiji market" station