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Zeniarai Benzaiten Ugafuku Shrine, popularly known simply as Zeniarai Benten, is a Shinto shrine in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan. In spite of its small size, it is the second most popular spot in Kamakura, Kanagawa prefecture after Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū. Zeniarai Benzaiten is popular among tourists because the waters of a spring in its cave are said to be able to multiply the money washed in it. from Toshihiro Gamo  | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Zeniarai Benzaiten Ugafuku Shrine, popularly known simply as Zeniarai Benten, is a Shinto shrine in Kamakura, Kanagawa, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan. In spite of its small size, it is the second most popular spot in Kamakura, Kanagawa prefecture after Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū. Zeniarai Benzaiten is popular among tourists because the waters of a spring in its cave are said to be able to multiply the money washed in it. from Toshihiro Gamo | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Fox Gods near Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine in Kamakura

Oinari’s messenger (tsukai 使い) Fox Guardians near Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine in Kamakura

Sensoji  Temple in Asakusa. Tokyo, Japan. It is the oldest temple in Tokyo. Nakamise Dori (street) has a lot of fun shopping for traditional items, made with washi paper or chirimen silk, plus many more. Also freshly made Osembei (rice crackers) and in the summer kaki-gori (shaved ice) SO good!!

Sensoji Temple in Asakusa. The oldest temple in Tokyo. Nakamise Dori (street) has a lot of shopping for traditional items, made with washi paper or chirimen silk, and freshly made Osembei (rice crackers)

Inasa Shrine, Shimane Don't care what shrine, but I aim to visit at-least one shrine in Japan

Inasa Shrine, Shimane Don't care what shrine, but I aim to visit at-least one shrine in Japan

Setagaya Hachimangu is a Shinto shrine that was built in 1546 during the Muromachi Period of Japan.

Setagaya Hachimangu is a Shinto shrine that was built in 1546 during the Muromachi Period of Japan.

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