Tejikarao Jinja Shrine

The shrine is home to "Yumikakezakura," a cherry tree on which the Japanese warlord Oda Nobunaga hung his bow and prayed for victory.
This shrine houses a Shinto god who blesses people with favor in battle.
The main shrine has a uniquely Japanese cypress thatch roof with dragon carvings and many other historical and cultural assets.
When praying to a Shinto deity, the Japanese custom is to put a coin (any amount of money is fine) in the offering box, bow twice before the deity, clap your hands twice, and bow once at the end.