Tsukiyomi Shrine, Kyotanabe

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  • Yes I went to a shrine Buri a decade ago and purchased a Moshin. It seems to have been reproduced of Hayato Mai in the end of summer or early autumn, and I think that it is worth at first sight. It was not so crowded and was good. The scenery seen from the front of the shrine seems to shine Insta.
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  • Hayato dance done in the fall. I think beside Hayato Mai, nothing. I think there was no parking. Station is a little far on foot from Gakken toshi line, osumi station is able to walk.
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  • It is an impressive shrine with a large stone monument next to Torii and a handmade fountain in the precincts. Sesha, the Suesha has put out a good atmosphere in a casual feeling. There were some scars of Typhoon No. 21 last year in the precincts.
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  • It was located in the Grand Shrine in enshrined Enki-sha (the word of the emergency) and the Italian Evil of the moon (the only thing to read). In the Middle Ages, there was a history of repeating the fire and revival of the shrine, often with a military battle, and in the beginning of the Kamakura period, it was told that there was the tribute of the Godhorse, and in the case of the Meiji Restoration, the Ishishimizu Hachiman Shrine was temporarily senza to avoid the fight of Toba Fushimi, The Divine treasure was enshrined in the Yakushido. The present shrine is the building of the between one company, which faces the east, and the copper plate-roofing (Hiwadabuki-Hiwadabuki). It was designed by Hirayu Ito in Nagoya in 1893. In front of the mizugaki surrounding the main hall, a rare structure is found to place the Torii. This type of Kasuga-Zo is a form of the main shrine of Kasuga Taisha in Nara, and this style is widely distributed in the southern part of Kyoto, Osaka Prefecture and northern Wakayama Prefecture, mainly in Nara. Many of the large dwelling areas where the shrine is located were the manor of Nara Kofuku-ji from the end of the Heian period to the late Muromachi period. It is all a deserted temple as Jinguji, and it exists until around the beginning of the Meiji era, and it has been equipped with Rokubo of Oku-Bo, Shin-Bo, the inside Ono, Nishi no bo, Kita no Bo, and Higashi no bo. The company area of the going thing is seen to have been confirmed by the investigation of the historic sites of Kita no Bo in the north of the Ohzumi Elementary school, and it was a considerably vast company. In the eve of October 14 each year, Mai Ohzumi (city designated cultural property) is dedicated.
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