A super power-spot for luck with money! -📍 Kotohiki Park, Kagawa
Zenigata sand painting
This time we'd like to introduce you to the ""Giant Zenigata Sand Painting"" in Kanonji City, Kagawa Prefecture.
This sand painting is designed from the coins of the Edo period (1603-1868), and it says ""Kan'ei Tsuho"" on it. Can you read it?
It was actually carved out of the sand by the villagers in one night to welcome the Lord of Takamatsu when he was on a tour of the prefecture about 1,400 years ago.
It is a huge elliptical shape, 122 meters in length 90 meters in width, and 345 meters in circumference, and the entire sand painting can be seen as a perfect circle only from the observatory at the top of the mountain.
It has long been said that those who see it will live a long and healthy life and will never be in need of money.
In fact, two lottery tickets worth 800 million yen (about 7 million dollars, or 6 million euros) were won eight years ago after the winners saw this Zenigata Sand Painting. And the other won a lottery ticket worth 600 million yen three years ago after coming to see this sand painting. Do you think it's just a coincidence? We think not!
Since then, this Zenigata Sand Painting has been attracting tourists from all over Japan as a power spot for money luck.