It is a shrine popular among young women as a spiritual place to pray for love.
There is also a story that a love (carp) swims in the Tamayu-gawa River in front of the shrine, and a wonderful partner appears when you cross the Koi Kanai-bashi bridge.
In Izumonokuni Fudoki (the topography of Izumo Province), it is written as' Tamatsukuri Yusha, and in the Edo era it was known as the god of hot springs.
The precinct is designated as a national historic site as the remains of Tamatsukuri.
◆Negai-ishi( Wish stone) and Kanai Ishi(come true stone)
The Tamatsukuriyu-jinja Shrine, where the god of hot springs and the god of magatama (comma-shaped bead) are enshrined, has a praying stone that has a mysterious power from long ago and attracts people's faith.
We pray by placing the amulet "Kanai Ishi" on the "Negai Ishi" and ask for your power from stone to stone.
5 minutes by car from JR Tamatsukuri Onsen Station