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Sarubobo Shrine, Gero

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  • Sarubobo means monkey (saru) baby (bobo in Hida dialect). Some kind of faceless good luck charm. This place is easy to find. There is a small torii gate near the sidewalk. Walk in and you’ll find a fo...  more »
  • It was tucked away and the shrine. Incisional, sarubobo are a lot of gods the wind. I think it is better to make a short stop.
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  • Sarubobo is gods. First of all, look for the seven. Shrine itself is undeniable that made the 人寄se souvenir shop. But I think and was rather cute, isn't it?. It's not a nice foot bath attached, so try using Temple, looking for gods and foot looking for souvenirs?
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