This unique shrine in the Gion district of Kyoto (Japan) dates back to the seventh century. The Yasui Konpira-gu shrine is often referred to as Enkiri (separation) or Enmusubi (marriage) stone. It is said that he has the power to disconnect or establish relationships. Supposedly, it can also ensure the safety of traveling and heal people from vices such as drinking, smoking and gambling. But for the stone to exercise its powers, a ritual must first be performed. After visit the main shrine, buy there a paper tag and write your wish for it. While holding the paper magic in your hand, crawl through the stone as you recite your desire - from the front to the back, if you want a relationship, or vice versa, if you want to solve it.
When you get up on the other side, bow and then crawl back to where you come from. Then stick your wish list on the stone with the supplied glue.