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Yokoyama Ishigami Shrine Reviews
Photography is prohibited only from the place where it was decided. There seems to be a priest when going between ten and fourteen o'clock. The rope is stretched to the torii of the table while there is no Shinto lord, so that at that time only visit from there. . Because it is dangerous in the mountains. .
Looking at the reviews of other people, "I wonder if there is such a strong lord of the Gods" I went to prepare. In fact, this was not the case, and it was the God Lord who was very enthusiastic about managing the shrine by himself. Recently, there are a lot of young people who come to visit the shrine at the year-end and New Year's holidays and are making noise, ignoring manners and doing mischief. It seems that there are things that are thrown away by littering and things that are not well known, so that such problems have been dealt with so as not to happen (after the shrine is enshrined the snake and the dragon so the pet is not able to take it) all shrines have manners, Because it is not all the same, it was said that the worshipers taught greetings and manners. In addition, there seems to be a person to take the stone of prayer already in the precinct without permission (usually it is an act that should not be brought back without permission, but I'm doing people...) The photograph is limited only from the front of the Torii, but I did not say for a reason, but I think that it means that there is sacred body in the precincts immediately and there is no rudeness (there is a place where the act of copying the sacred body is forbidden in other shrines) When visiting the office of the precincts next to return to buy a stone after the visit [Thank you for your visit. Would you like five minutes? I would like to talk about the effect of the explanation of this shrine. I start listening to it for five minutes, and if I notice it, it ends 30 minutes. I didn't feel like listening to people, but I thought, ' Oh, why is this story being lowered in the review? ' The content of the story is simply to explain the history of the shrine, the effect of those that are lined with stones and what has been fulfilled in the past, why this much etiquette to say (the correspondence of the nuisance customers mentioned earlier, and all that must be addressed alone, etc.) Four sets of worshippers came back while I was listening to the story. One of the recent chalky type that came to ride in a luxury car, and I was a troll or kore and trolls loudly if you let it I think that it is a wonderful shrine which can taste the calm atmosphere to the person who does not have the time to hear the story in the shrine favorite which went back quickly by the tension backlash when receiving the explanation of manners from the Shinto Lord's coming down in high tension Please read the following if there is a person who wants to visit. This shrine is managed by an elderly God-Lord alone. Therefore, it closes the shrine around 10 to 16 o'clock. There is a thing that the Shinto Lord is doing errands such as cleaning the precincts and dedication of the stone, and leaving the office. If you fax it to the phone number on Google Maps beforehand, you said that you can respond reliably. (fax can also be at a convenience store) so why don't you come and visit me once in the morning.
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