Kibune Shrine

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Kibune Shrine

Kibune Shrine

Kibune is a small town in a forested valley in the northern mountains of Kyoto City, which developed around Kibune Shrine. According to legend, a goddess traveled in a yellow boat (hence the name Kibune) from Osaka all the way up the river into the mountains north of Kyoto, and Kibune Shrine was built at the site where her boat journey had come to an end. The shrine is dedicated to the god of water and rain and believed to be the protector of those at sea. It has a large rock, known as the boat stone, which is said to be where the goddess' yellow boat is buried

Location: Kyoto, Japan
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