Miho Shrine is located in the small fishing village of Mihonoseki, and the main deity, Kotoshiro-nushi is worshipped as the God of good fortune, fishing and safety at sea. The deity is the child of Okuni-nushi and is also known as Ebisu.
Miho Shrine is the head shrine of the thousands of shrines dedicated to Ebisu around Japan.
Access: It is 40 minutes by bus from JR Matsue Station. (Take the Ichibata bus bound for the last stop Mihonoseki Terminal.)
There is a small community bus that runs around the Mihonoseki area. It will take you to the shrine and harbour area.