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Ushi Tenjin Kitano Shrine, Bunkyo
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  • Koishikawa Korakuen garden Deus Ex Machina! Say, but scale, both to non-participants have an interest level. May stop by the time you passed?
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  • KOMA is milk drink to raise milk. In addition may become vs of the cow in front of the main building. It looks for the first time. OTA shrine for the performing arts is the method.
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  •  It is at the hilly Northwest of the koishikawa Korakuen garden, entrance is somewhat unintelligibly, rose to considerable.  1184 (0/1183) Minamoto no Yoritomo in the shrine building, Sugawara michizane is Karita.  DW say cow and left hand, stroking and wishes come true "stroking rock cattle" are enshrined. Nakajima Utako monument of poetess precincts, from OTA shrine (God of the performing arts), Takagi shrine (God of corn), and at the end of the Edo period at the Meiji era, and took an active part.
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