This shrine is known for prayers involving marriage and warding off evil. There is an exhibition space dedicated to the Prefectural-Designated Important Intangible Folk Cultural Property known as Ouma-Nagashi or “Sinking the Horse”. This is a ritual in which a straw horse is made to transfer bad luck and then eventually transferred to a boat for a ride out into the harbor.
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Free to visit
From Negishi Station on the JR Keihin-Tohoku and Negishi Lines, board the Yokohama Municipal Bus. Disembark at Sannotani Bus Stop and it’s about 4 minutes on foot from there.