Kishitsu Shrine, Hino-cho

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  • It was a shrine in Ono, Hino-cho, Shiga Prefecture, and it was already a Korean co-record from the guidance on the way to there. It was attracted to it and it went. It is a small shrine, and there is a tombstone of the Baekje people named Onimuro Collection, which is enshrined in the back of the shrine.
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  • When Emperor Tenchi was the capital in Otsu, many visitors from the country of Baekje (present-day Korea) crossed the sea. They passed on the excellent technology and culture of the continent to Japan, and there were many people who settled there as it was. One of them is onimuro Shrine's onimuro Shrine, and in Ono, Hino-cho, the Onimuro Shrine has been carefully preserved to this day, and the locals of The Gathering Father, General Fukunobu, onsanmen City and Hino Town continue to interact with friendly cities. In front of the shrine is covered with Korean colors.
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  • It is said that it was a leader of the group which had defected from Baekje after the Battle of Shiremura in the ⛩ that this shrine was enshrined. A colony of refugees with advanced technology was formed here. After the death of Tenchi, Prince Otomo appoints a defector from Baekje as the brain of the new system.
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  • It seems to be correct bailed kudara no evidence concerned the Yamato Imperial court battle of baekgang, Kitakyushu with powerful clan that theory (opinion also referred to) is given to development of the Yamato dynasty after the defeat. Or if if satol Emperor battle of baekgang directly commanded had Tang more strongly responsible off obedience and was whisked away in the worst case, Tang was under any pressure on the risk, and the seems enigmatic relationship between the battle of baekgang and satol Emperor. Tomb of demon guest book there is, even this isn't even seems to matter. (I wonder if it is said that Prince Shotoku in the eastern region of Baekje-individuals who have a history as? A truly grave? I doubt it) would feel is too warped even the roof of the Pavilion was newly built in front of the shrine, dark architecture in mainland China and the Korean Peninsula rather than the Korean friendship is a good thing, and something different. There are legends and unrelated to Mr. Ono Ono named as my personal opinion, deeply involved with "demon" as Japan's indigenous people (mountain people), Imperial Prince koreyasu Qiao hid oumi mountain people (especially Eastern Mountains), As a proud desire to the Imperial Prince koreyasu Qiao with the nickname of 小野宮, the mountain people of Ono and desire are connected of the Baekje people and Prince Shotoku, Oni link at where they are and it happens with "demon" name, I think it ties Mr. Oni Office of immigrants, became a legend.
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