It is a shrine where foxes related to “Kuzunoha Densetsu” are enshrined.
About a thousand years ago, a man named Abeno Yasuna lived in the village of Abeno in Osaka.
His father, who was his great family, was deceived and confiscated his territory, so Honame visited Shinta Myojin in hopes of rebuilding his house.
One day, when Honame helps the white fox chased by a hunter, a woman named Kuzunoha appears.
Eventually, a child named Dojimaru (later Onmyoji, Seimei Abe) was born between Yasuna and Kuzunoha, but when Dojimaru was 5 years old, it became clear that Kuzunoha was a white fox.
The song that Kuzunoha left behind on the shoji, “If you miss me, ask me, Izumi, her envy in Shinoda no Mori, Kuzunoha,” is too famous.
This story brings many people who wish for children to the company.
I introduced it briefly, but when you actually come to the site, you can experience the history and tradition more concretely with the locals.
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