One big difference between Shinto Shrines and Buddhist Temples in japan is that you will find Japanese sake barrels in the former and never in the latter!
It is great fun for the sake lovers to check which breweries are being represented!
A little history for you!
This is unusual: real rice offerings!
Take your pick!
And there were a lot more!
Now, what is the name of this shrine?
Even more unusual! An old sake press!
The second one!
Both had been donated by Geikkeikan Brewery!
I found even more fighting for space with a car park!
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2 thoughts on “Japanese Sake Barrels and Others at Shinto Shrines in Kyoto City!”
I really must visit Kamomioya Shrine next time I am in Kyoto and see that sake press! Am enjoying immensely your Kyoto trip!
Thank you so much, dear Pat!
A few more articles to come!
Incidentally a new non-smoking wine bar has opened in Shizuoka City! Report coming soon!