Yasaka Koshindo is a tourist attraction in Kyoto, Japan. The hall enshrines the deities Benzaiten (Sarutahiko) and Sarutahiko. It is based on the Kushin belief that worshipping here on the day of the 57th day of the sexagenary cycle brings good fortune and protection from bad luck.
It is said that the temple was originally built in the Heian period (794-1185), and has been restored and rebuilt many times since then. The hall contains many beautiful sculptures and paintings, and there are also restaurants and souvenir shops in the area. Yasaka Koshindo is a symbol of Japanese tradition and faith, and is visited by many people.