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Enoshima Shrine, Fujisawa

(3.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • In the Enoshima shrine worshipped at first. Torii Gates line from the street up the stairs, to the right. Guardian of the sea goddess is enshrined.
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  • Enoshima shrine is a shrine consisting of three companies see hetsuno","Nakatsu Imperial Prince","okutsunomiya". When I went to Fujisawa city in December, I worship. The Dragon Palace gate (Rui mind gate) is the first shrine. It is of gongen shrine. Is that the shrine was established in 1206, Minamoto no Sanetomo on rice-Tsu ratio Telecasting lives. The hoanden, environment, Japan three major Benten one wonderful Sarasvati are enshrined. Also, large Ginkgo tree is called the tree of the conclusion. Of trees around, had published a lot of votive picture of marriage.
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  • It was on the way to the lighthouse. Is not too tightly so it came up the stairs from the bottom. First located on the right side in front of the Hoop and cleanse your body from the shrine. The same as ordinary shrine. (Reserve the comments didn't examine the history of the shrine in advance)
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  • Really nice destination. Amazing view of the island from the top.
  • Good for your one day trip 🐣
  • Beautiful temple
  • Beautiful views and a great tourist destination
  • Is the main shrine, with the big tori at the entrance