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Ogamiyama Back Shrine, Daisen-cho
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  • It was this time, visits to two times more than 10 years. Approach of the great temple next to the approach of cobbled, it just is 700 meters. There is this shrine. It is very mysterious.
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  • I worship at the Oyama mountain home. Okumiya are spectacular in the gongen of Japan's largest. For walk hard cobblestone Street, the sneakers are required.
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  • Head made of the magnificent Oyama shrine (okumiya) natural stone-not walking the cobblestone sneakers with is worth is difficult to walk! MOSS cobblestones steamed slide very rainy days, so. Walk slowly and take approximately 20 minutes up to the sanctuary, but of the bad ones as they dropped all natural power is filled. 11-early visits could the sanctuary light was even was covered with snow. You can even holy water, plastic bottles will bring.
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  • Wolf and pinched. Motomiya (village shrine) ^ _ ^ is more okumiya shrine. Oratory. Parking is next to the precinct. And I could see the priest lives in.
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  • This is headquartered. Is the Palace back, so watch out. In the district, river flows through was so important land since ancient times.
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  • Hydrangeas are beautiful.
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  • Daijingu shrine, Winter Palace.
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  • Visit 10/10/2014
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