We were lucky enough to visit this Shrine just as a religious event was happening. Japanese people (many with their kids) were there to do a ritual (three times through a torii, bowing and clapping in the shrine, recieving some sort of grace, a piece of paper and a reed. We were invited by the Japanse to join them in the ceremony so we did. :) I really like the relaxed way the Japanese experience and share their religious habits.
The shrine itself was also quite nice, and well worth the hike op the steep staircase.
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