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Sudo Shrine, Kyoto

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  • This is the only place I have ever been to. Indeed, for a hundred decades, every time I am here as a god, I pray for a break of things here, and that number, not counting, but the number of events of the year, it is convenient to speculate, more than 700 visits. It was a psychic power spot with a lot of people who avoided the visit after twilight by one person and I'm going with a man at first. There is also a terrible for the area of the top Takano and scary facts about the journey of the Temple of the precincts of Sesha [Iita Daimyojin], also, do appreciate, is a reassuring ujigami. It is now the net heyday, and it has become known that the fate of here is quite widespread, but it is not the one that the formation history of the shrine and the Yukari change. Even if you have moved to other prefectures, such as the history and the fierce fortune over the year 1230, there is only this place for those who are Mr. God. The weather was good and it was a great day to visit.
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  • Allegedly involved Fujiwara seed joint public assassin who helped his brother's reign as Crown Prince and as the younger brother of Emperor kanmu is exiled to Awaji island. It is to accuse innocent fasting continues, the death in the middle. It was drawn in terms of grave in Mt. koya is a no-brainer, but Taiga drama Sanada-Maru also accuse innocent Duke of Toyotomi hidetsugu. Is back on the post-mortem misery Mr. Huang to Metropolitan capital made it is. The shrine has three Torii to the shrine and long approach. Considered I keep within the section if you think Torii gate and door of the shrine was built and I suddenly imagined.
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  • Sudo Shrine is located in Kami-Takano ( northern part of Takano River ). The river flows down from north toward west into this part of Sakyo-ku and takes its curve to the south and splits in 2 ways ( west and south ) in Matsugasaki area. The place enshrines the spirit of Prince Sawara Shinno, the son of Emperor Konin, who died in 785 AD. Prince Sawara Shinno was also the younger brother of Emperor Kanmu who was the founder of the city of Kyoto ( Heian-kyo ). Since his birth mother ( Uba = bio-mother ) was Takano Niigasa and it is believed to have the connection with the name of Takano River. ( Trans-word+ : TGM Kyoto Guide )
  • Prince Hayara was said to have been in the assassination of Fujiwara Tanatsugu, after the hunger strike, the wrath of death. The Nagaokakyo is abolished by the misfortune and the plague around the Kanmu emperor afterwards. Even after being capital by Heian-Kyo, the spirit company was enshrined in fear of the curse of Prince Hayara. Among them, it is only the Somichi shrine to enshrined Hayara Prince alone. The name of God is derived from the Emperor Somichi, who was prince after the death of Hayara. Well on the net, it's a fear spot curse God's company and it is taken up by the interest standard, but I feel rude to enshrined. It is also annoying for local people. Do many people misunderstand the kanji of "Shiru" and "worship and worship"? Walking along the long approach of a gradual climb, it is pleasant to be washed by the scent of the mountain after the rain. I visited the company, and when I told my hometown, the rain cloud ran out and the sun filled the area. If it is said that it is because the cold front passes, and the high pressure has been overhanging, there is certainly only it without it.
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