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Takaichi Shrine, Ueda

#22 of 32 in Historic Sites in Ueda
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • There is a potsun between the shopping streets. Please note that the parking lot has no choice but to use coin parking. It is said that there is good luck when the stone is stroked.
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  • It's in the downtown area of the city. The god of the festival is the great power lord god (Okuninushinomikoto) and the god of the sumo lord (Kotoshironushinomikoto), but the "stone of luck" enshrined beside it seems to be gathering faith. This round stone was rubbed from right to left, and it seemed that good luck could be opened if it was stroked on the contrary, so I rubbed it to the right and left. We haven't been able to verify your profits yet, but it's a source of conversation.
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