Tōka Ebisu (Kyoto Ebisu Shrine)

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This popular 5-day festival is held to celebrate Ebisu, one of the seven lucky Gods of Japanese mythology, who is responsible for prosperity and business. During the day, the festival features pop-up stalls, fortune charms for sale, traditional Kagura dance, and Geisha handing out lucky rice cakes and bamboo.

Jan 8: From 9am – 11pm
Jan 9: From 9am into the night
Jan 10: Into the night
Jan 11: Open 24 hours
Jan 12: 9am – 10pm

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Tōka Ebisu (Kyoto Ebisu Shrine)

Japan, 〒605-0811 Kyōto-fu, Kyōto-shi, Higashiyama-ku, Komatsuchō, 125 恵美須神社