The Honden (本殿) of Ujigami-shrine (宇治上神社) in Uji City, Kyoto! Inside are three inner sanctuaries, within an outer protective building called (Ōiya-覆屋), they are the oldest extant examples of Shrine architecture in Japan.
Shop for buying souvenirs and talismans: You can buy omikuji, which are little papers on which your fortune is written. The omikuji at Uji Kami Jinja are adorned with rabbits. At present the kanji for Uji is 宇治,but at one time the kanji was兎道, which meant ‘rabbit road’. For this reason, both the omikuji and the talismans have something to do with rabbits.
Ujigami Shrine and Kirihara-sui! There are two piles of sand in front of the Haiden. The sand is purified, or ‘holy’ sand. In the fall it is blessed by Shinto priests and left in two piles throughout the year.