I had a special seafood rice bowl.
It’s worth to stop by to have a lunch there.
Then I visited Miho Shrine, my main objective for this trip – to pay a thank you visit.
Mihotsuhime-no-mikoto is Goddess for harvest, couple harmony and prosperity.
Ebisi-sama is God for fishery, agriculture and commerce. He loves music so Ebisu-sama is God for entertainment business as well.
Of course, Ebisu-sama is very popular, representing business success.
And this shrine is head of about 3,000 Ebisu Shrines!
I just love to be here.
After praying at Miho Shrine, I walked around the area.
I stopped for snacks: tokoroten (Tengusa seaweed jelly with vinegar) and strawberry flavored kakigori (shave ice).
I enjoyed this soy sauce so much when I bought it at my last visit and I couldn’t forget about it!
It was still bright outside so I went to Miho-no-seki light house.
Noh is also performed for God to show appreciation for harvest.
Tonight, a special performance was performed at Miho Shrine with torch.
I didn’t know about tonight’s Noh performance and I am so fortunate to be there.
I enjoyed watching Noh surrounded by great nature.
I felt holy, spiritual and blessed❤️