This shrine was built by Mongaku (a Buddhist priest), in hopes of the revival of the Genji(Minamoto) Clan.
Best of Both Worlds: Shrine Visits and Fun on Doubita Street
This course lets you try out the three regional specialties of Yokosuka; Gunkan curry, the Yokosuka Navy hamburger, and cherry cheese cake. You cannot miss out on seeing the all cyprus Miyabori, an elaborately carved pavilion which cost 3000-ryo in the Edo period, equivalent to around 8 million US dollars today!
One of the few restaurants in Yokosuka where you can enjoy Yokosuka Navy Curry, Yokosuka Navy Burger, and Cheery Cheesecake together.
The shopping arcade in front of the main gate of the U.S. Navy Base. The arcade thrived after World War 2 as a shopping mall for the U.S. Navy stationed in Yokosuka....
Hakusekiinari Shrine, lined with red and white torii gates, constructs a beautiful harmony with the temple grounds filled with flowers and a tunnel of torii gates...