Sub-shrine: Ryoen Daikoku-sama 良縁大国さま
Next to Kiyome Dokoro, there is a statue of Ohkuninushi no Mikoto. There is a mobile over it. It has red and white pieces of paper. Female person writes her name on a white one and vice versa and ask him Goen.
Sub-shrine: Kurimitsu Inari 栗光稲荷さま
Kurimitsu Inari is located near Ryoen Daikoku-sama. It enshrines the same Deity as Fushimi Inari Taisha does.
Jishu shrine has large collection of Omamori amulets. The price is 500~2000 JPY.
We can buy them at Kiganden or Juyosho near Kiyome Dokoro.
How to get to Jishu shrine 地主神社へのアクセス
Jishu shrine is located in the area of Kiyomizudera temple. People usually get off at Gojyozaka or Kiyomizu michi bus stop thought the bus is crowded with many tourists.
I recommend Shijo Kawaramachi bus stop, Hankyu Kawaramachi sta., and Keihan Gion Shijo sta. It takes about 30 minutes to Kiyomizu-dera temple.
Walk through the main hall of Kiyomizu-dera to the outside.
Then, you’ll find the Torii gate of Jishu shrine. Climb up the stairs. There are these statues. To the right, there is a Kiyome Dokoro. To the left, there is the main hall.
You go to Kiyome Dokoro first and heat for the main hall.
About Jishu shrine 地主神社の基本情報
- Name Jishu jinja shrine
- Address Kiyomizu 1 chome 317, Higashiyama ward, Kyoto city.
- Phone no. 075-541-2097
- Website Jisyu shrine offcial (Japanese language only)
- Open hours 9：00～17：00 Not same as that of Kiyomizu-dera temple
- Entrance fee Free
- Time required 30 min.～