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Inohanako Jinja Shrine, Hamamatsu
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Inohanako Jinja Shrine is located in Hamamatsu. By using our Hamamatsu trip itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Inohanako Jinja Shrine and other attractions in Hamamatsu.
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  • I came to inohana Lake (inohanako) shrine in the North of the Lake Hamana. Are enshrined on inohana Seto, connecting this shrine, Lake Hamana and inohana Lake Cay. First of all, the bridge "Seto bridge" of go walking on the road down to the Lake and close. And cross the Red shinkyo bridge leads to the island, over the Hill through the stone Torii, a little. To the Summit of the island behind the small shrine and Kojima also had a stone Torii. Put on a suspension bridge over the gate, beside the old road and over the bridge and bypass, new red Seto bridge see the staff were. Is where you can come, well, once. Not coming after a suspension not only 1 car width, so oncoming traffic on the cross.
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  • It is very scenic shrine is at the confluence of Lake Hamana and inohana Lake. Shrine right next to the suspension bridge, cross the suspension bridge at the shrine! Is to go to the shrine on foot bad please your feet. In addition to the shrine grounds in fishing.
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  • Area of Lake Hamana looks good from the Shinkansen is more into inland area called the Lake quite relaxing, guests can enjoy the beautiful scenery. Inohana Lake shrine is the shrine only connects to a small shrine, inohana Seto inohana Lake with Lake Hamana, arched bridge with red shine on the surface of the Lake.
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