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Matsuno'o Taisha (松尾大社, Matsuno'o Taisha/ Matsu'o Taisha), formerly Matsuno'o Jinja (松尾神社), is a Shinto shrine located at the far western end of Shijō Street, approximately 1.3 kilometers south of the Arashiyama district of Kyoto. It is home to a spring at the base of the mountain, Arashiyama, that is believed to be blessed. The shrine also serves a kinpaku miki (gold leaf filled blessed sake) during hatsumōde.

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  • Matsuno'o Taisha (松尾大社, Matsuno'o Taisha/ Matsu'o Taisha), formerly Matsuno'o Jinja (松尾神社), is a Shinto shrine located at the far western end of Shijō Street, approximately 1.3 kilometers south of the Arashiyama district of Kyoto. It is home to a spring at the base of the mountain, Arashiyama, that is believed to be blessed. The shrine also serves a kinpaku miki (gold leaf filled blessed sake) during hatsumōde.
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  • Matsuno'o Taisha (松尾大社, Matsuno'o Taisha/ Matsu'o Taisha), formerly Matsuno'o Jinja (松尾神社), is a Shinto shrine located at the far western end of Shijō Street, approximately 1.3 kilometers south of the Arashiyama district of Kyoto. It is home to a spring at the base of the mountain, Arashiyama, that is believed to be blessed. It is said that during the move of the capital from Nara to Kyoto, a noble saw a turtle bathing under the spring's waterfall and created a shrine there. It is one of the oldest shrines in the Kyoto area, its founding extending back to 700 CE. The restorative properties of the spring bring many local sake and miso companies to the shrine for prayers that their product will be blessed. The shrine also serves a kinpaku miki (gold leaf filled blessed sake) during hatsumōde.
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