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Inaba Shrine, Gifu

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Inaba Shrine is a Shinto shrine located at the base of Mount Kinka in Gifu, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. Originally, its name was written 稲葉神社, which is pronounced the same way. It is the main shrine that is celebrated by the city of Gifu in its annual Gifu Festival on the first Saturday of each April. Because of its size, it is a popular spot for hatsumōde and Shichi-Go-San.Enshrined godThe god Inishiki-Irihiko-no-mikoto is enshrined and worshipped at Inaba Shrine. He is the husband of the goddess Nunoshihime-no-mikoto enshrined at Kogane Shrine and the father of the god Ichihaya-no-mikoto enshrined at Kashimori Shrine. Because of the connection between the three gods, these three shrines have a very close relationship.HistoryFirst built in the year 85, Inaba Shrine has a history of over 1900 years. Though it was originally located on Maruyama, to the north of Mount Kinka, it was moved to its present location by Saitō Dōsan in 1539.Festivals Setsubun Festival (February 3): Special prayer ceremonies are held at 9:20am and over 100 torches are lit at 6:00pm. Gifu Festival (April 5): Held in conjunction with Kashimori and Kogane shrines. (Nearby Honjō Shrine holds their rites on the same day.)
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  • On the bus is 10 minutes ' walk from Nagoya Station, 15 minutes. JR is a bus loading zone to 12 or 13. I worshipped at Japanese to personally be enshrined next to the Dragon shrine. Pebble at the entrance is a must.
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  • Is a Shinto shrine located at the foot of Mt. Kinka (inabayama), with more than 1900 years history. Stately shrine, Torii and gates, such as the splendid shrine Saitō Dōsan during the new Palace to its present location.
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  • Found on the way to Gifu castle by bike from Gifu station. It is a large shrine. Red Gate is lined with senbon, but was clean.
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  • After many years of searching, I finally refound the temple in Gifu where I got married years ago. Coming back here brings back memories.
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  • INA waves shrine power spot ✋ 😁 me this shrine and what good any photograph is Inaba shrine road safety stickers. Miko's two colours in is also the number of colors used in many such stickers are not.
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  • Among the sizeable at a shrine in Gifu Prefecture are thinking. Holiday weddings and congratulation to sometimes look better (including car drive). Stop parking is available, but the number is on it is recommended to take the bus because the equal. Hill is pretty rough, I think so long as not confident in the legs is absolutely hot.
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  • Differentials in Gifu Prefecture. Feels even better swap Sannomiya and Ichinomiya, Aichi Prefecture and is the. Especially liked the Heilongjiang's per.
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