It’s finally less than a month later this year. I think it was a year when it was difficult to go out for dinner or travel due to the influence of the new coronavirus.
Next year, I think it would be good to go out while taking measures against infection from the New Year.
Next year is the year of the tiger, so I will introduce the temples and shrines related to the year of the tiger.
Before that, I would like to introduce some bean information about the zodiac.
Next year, to be exact, it will be Mizunoe Tiger.
The zodiac signs are represented by “Jikkan” and 12 zodiac signs, and there are 60 ways.
It seems that it will make a round in the 60th birthday since it was born.
I think everyone is familiar with the Zodiac, but I think that Heavenly Stems are not so conscious of anything other than the year they were born or the year they were born.
What kind of year is said to be the year of “Mizunoe Tiger”?
It is said that “Mizunoe” means “to conceive cheerfulness” and “tiger” means “to lead to earthworms and spring vegetation occurs”.
It is said that it will be a year of growing spring beyond the cold winter.
Now, I would like to introduce three temples and shrines in Kyoto that are related to the year of the Tiger.
On January 1st of the year of the tiger, the “Ushitama Hoin” will be awarded once every 12 years for 12 years until the next year of the tiger (limited quantity).
Worship time: 9:00 to 16:15 (Please check the official website for the year-end and New Year holidays)
Admission fee: 300 yen for high school students and above
Access: Cable or walk from Eizan Electric Railway “Kurama Station”
Bishamonten, also known as one of the Seven Lucky Gods, is said to be the messenger of Bishamonten because of the luck that it appeared in the year of the tiger, the day of the tiger, and the time of the tiger.
Worship time: 9:00 to 17:00 (Please check the official website for the year-end and New Year holidays)
Admission fee: General 500 yen, high school student 400 yen
Access: Walk from JR “Yamashina Station”, Subway “Yamashina Station”, Keihan “Yamashina Station”
At Bishamontendo in Ryosokuin, a tiger is enshrined instead of a guardian dog, and there is also a tiger’s fortune.
Worship time: 10: 00-16: 00 (Please check the official website for the year-end and New Year holidays)
Admission fee: General 1,000 yen, junior high and high school students 500 yen
Access: Walk from Keihan “Gion-Shijo Station” and Hankyu “Kawaramachi Station”
In addition, the viewing time may change. Please check the latest information on the official website before going out.