Kyoto's greatest shrine for those seeking refuge (such as cutting off evil omens and making favourable connections with others)
Write down your wish, such as relations you want to break off or, alternatively, that you wish to initiate on the "Katashiro". With your "Katashiro" charm in hand, go from the front to the back of the monument through the hole, reciting the wish in your mind. Finally stick the "Katashiro" charm to the stone monument.
Once on the grounds of the shrine, you are free to make many wishes in vanity at the "power stone monument for breaking off bad relations and initiating good ones". This includes "I wish to be happily married to such-and-such", or "please get rid of my husband and / or cheating partner". There are so many wishes and requests like this written on "Katashiro" substitution charms and stuck to the monument, that you can barely see the monument itself.
Women are recommended to visit the "Kuzuka" stone ("Kushizuka"), which is said to keep your hair beautiful.
|70 Shimobentencho, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|