Onoterusaki Shrine in Tokyo contains a 5m tall replica of Mt. Fuji made from lava of the actual mountain. The miniature mountain is only open for the public to climb on June 30 and July 1.
Onoterusaki Shrine is considered lucky for people wishing for success in the performing arts or the academic world as well as giving up smoking.
if you have decided to give up the weed this is the shrine to come to pray for the necessary will power and resolve.
The ema from Onoterusaki Shrine depicts Ono no Takamura, a Heian Period scholar and poet, along with cherry blossom and mitsudomoe motifs.
The second ema available from Onoterusaki Shrine depicts a bird perched on a poet's or calligrapher's brush, representing success in the arts.
Read about Onoterusaki Shrine in Tokyo.