It's a beautiful shrine, one of the oldest in Japan and unique in architecture as compared to most other shrines. Take a stroll around and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. There were a few shops before the entrance though I'm not sure if they're a seasonal thing. We bought omamori as we always do when we visit shrines and temples.
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