About Kunozan Toshogu(久能山東照宮

Kunozan Toshogu, situated in Shizuoka City, holds deep historical significance as a sacred place connected to Tokugawa Ieyasu.

This shrine is not only one of the earliest Toshogu Shrines established nationwide but also stands as a testament to the later years of Tokugawa Ieyasu, as he spent his twilight years in Suruga (present-day Shizuoka City).

Kunozan is considered a special place from a Feng Shui perspective, characterized by its unique topography known as the 'Rising Dragon and Turning Dragon.'

It is believed to enhance one's prospects for career advancement and success in various pursuits.

Moreover, its proximity to iconic Mount Fuji and the picturesque Suruga Bay ensures an abundance of positive energy, making it a sought-after destination for those seeking transformative experiences or a change in their fortunes.


The blessings of Kunozan Toshogu

  • Advancement in one's career: Kunozan is renowned for its auspiciousness in matters of career, lending support to the aspirations of those seeking professional success.
  • Enhancement of one's winning streak: For individuals aiming for success in competitions, sports, or other ventures, Kunozan Toshogu Shrine is believed to offer support in achieving victory.


Kunozan Toshogu is a captivating place cherished by many for its historical significance and Feng Shui allure.

It is a power spot where visitors can pay homage to the legacy of Tokugawa Ieyasu while pursuing their heartfelt wishes.


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