A location flowing with mystical energy that is tremendously popular for improving people's fortunes with money as one of Japan's three main money fortune shrines
The enshrined deity is worshipped as a guardian of mountains from long time ago, and also as a guardian of local industries by many people engaged in forestry, agriculture, and in construction such as carpenters. Thanks to the recent boom of "power-spot (location thought to be flowing with mysterious energy) visit", the shrine attracts many visitors who believe the prayers' efficacy for their prosperity and good luck.
Okumiya (rear shrine) of Arakurayama Shrine cannot be accessed from December to late April because the road is closed in winter.
- History and Culture
|Transport||Public transport: Take the bus from Mt. Fuji Sta. on the Fujikyuko Line. Get off at Araya Kominkan Iriguchi. It is then approx. five minutes on foot.|
Car: It is approx. 10 minutes from Kawaguchiko I.C. on the Chuo Expressway.