Meiji Shrine is the shrine in which the Emperor Meiji is enshrined. It is famous for that the largest numbers of people in Japan come for the New Year's visit. Not only on New Year's day, but also on other days many people come to the shrine, for the purpose of religious services such as Omiyamairi for their babies, Shichigosan for their children of 3, 5 and 7 years old, wedding, the service of exocism and prayer for the examination pass. Its sanctuary surrounded by 100,000 trees is a power spot, where people straighten their backs. It is also a healing spot where people can feel the rich green left in the city center. It is recommended that you walk in Kakuuntei, Otsuridai, Azumaya, Shobuda, Kiyomasa's well in the garden and take photos.
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