The shrine to Kime, Ten-Kime, is located within a hollowed hill near Sague. There is a stone frame leading to the inside of the hill, which has had it’s interior coated in clay for support. The shrine’s interior is a raised circular pedestal, with its center consisting of a circular brazier about half the size of the pedestal. The edge of the interior is lined with stone benches, and there are offering basins located on shelves extending from the central pedestal in a clover formation. Ten-Kime is prehistoric yet has stood the test of time, owing its longevity to the strength of its god.
As a shrine affiliated with the Law rune, Ten-Kime doubles as the courthouse of Sague. Offerings to the shrine are evidence used in court hearings and the possessions of convicted individuals.