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The Shinto Shrine (神社, Jinja, Shrine) is an area accessible from The Hand Hub through the second portal from the entrance.
The external area consists of two buildings with several statues, tall trees and Torii gates lining the path. Each gate has a very small chance (1/128) of taking you to the Maple Shrine when you pass under it; this, combined with the 1/15 chance of initially reaching the Maple Shrine, leads to an overall probability of enterring the Maple Shrine at around 11.65%.
Both buildings share the same interior design, consisting of red carpeted floors, white and tan walls with sliding doors. They are designed a bit like labyrinths, and the smaller building is in fact a part of the large one. Inside, there are a number of spirits (that you cannot chainsaw) and also what appear to be flies.
Inside the smaller building there is a portal to the white alley of The Circus. Alternatively while in the alley, if you walk past the entrance to the Circus, you will come across a long pastel-colored set of stairs, leading up to a separate room of the Shinto Shrine with a red tree-like structure with a black eyeball in its center.
The interior of the larger building is a large labyrinth of corridors, with some rooms free of obstruction. Inside the largest open room you can find a picture of a cherry blossom branch that will take you to the Namakubi Path, featuring a boy's head in the background. While moving along the path, there is a chance that the screen will turn red, and the boy's face will change to have multiple black eyes and a creepy smiling face.
When you reach the end of the Namakubi Path, you will come to the Sakura Path, in which a girl (who appears to have lost all of her limbs) sits at the base of a cherry blossom tree. She does nothing if you interact with her. There is also a small ledge where you can see a number of cherry blossom trees below.
Inside the larger building an orange Maiko can be found in a medium-sized room, who will give Urotsuki the Maiko effect if interacted with.