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Hotaka Shrine, Azumino

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Reviews
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  • The shrine was crowded with people visiting that day. The shrine itself is beautiful and surrounded by some nice high trees.  more »
  • We encountered the Autumn Festival in Hotaka-Shrine in Hotaka, Azumino, Nagano when we visited this shrine to send my most sincere thanks to her guardian deity for my granddaughter's sound growth. Don...  more »
  • Hungry and surprisingly did during the holidays, is a very nice atmosphere. Age of a tree? Touch, cedar, power.
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  • The neighborhood had come to visit for the first time. Great location and easy to visit. A travelers ' guardian deity made for interesting recently made instead and weathering resistant stainless steel in a modern God of Ali's thought. Nokyo-sho this.
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  • Shinano country Sannomiya. Boredom guidelines for preparing taro. It is a lovely shrine. Nokyo-sho!
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  • Spartan atmosphere such as Ridge Palace, okumiya was imagining, so luckly to the splendid sanctuary. ◆ main ◆ spikes high life (okay bite only) 綿津見 life (Imperial Prince only) 瓊々 pestle lives (niniginomikoto)
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  • Want to go visit to 😆 was fresh and good care of the environment 👌
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  • Whenever the Azumino region to this day we have gotten are. It is a good atmosphere dedicated to the Shinto shrine.
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