Ebisu Jinja, also known as 'Wakasa Ebisu', was established in the Nara Period (8th century). Worshippers to the shrine pray to the god of business and fishing, and a protectorate god of children. The vermilion-lacquered shrine gate is designated a city's cultural property. A specialty product, 'Ebisu Ame' (candy) is popular as it also brings good luck.
|Address||Sueno, Wakasa-cho, Mikatakaminaka-gun, Fukui-pref. 919-1522|
|Access||On Maizuru-Wakasa Expressway
23 min. drive from Wakasa-Kaminaka I.C.(via Route 27)
16 min. drive from Wakasa-Kaminaka I.C.(via Pref. Route 22 and Route 27)