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Ōyamazumi Shrine, Imabari

(4.3/5 based on 150 reviews on the web)
Ōyamazumi Shrine is located on the island of Ōmishima in the Seto Inland Sea. The shrine is dedicated to the gods who protect sailors and soldiers. Because of this, many daimyo and other military leaders have made offerings at the shrine in hopes of military success, or in thanks for victory in battle. The offerings of swords, armor, and other military equipment are now housed in the largest museum of fighting equipment used during the age of the samurai in Japan. There are items housed in the shrine which belonged to Tomoe Gozen, Minamoto no Yoritomo, founder of the Kamakura Bakufu and first shogun, and to his younger brother, Minamoto no Yoshitsune.
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  • The stop at station road. Butsuden Cypress is 12 m is indeed admirable. Clumps of camphor, distinctive crew. Just the treasure house was shunned by 800 yen. A little bit cheaper.
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  • Over many years old you can feel the history, so good as the sacred tree. Local guide it's also listen to the history guide is recommended.
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  • History is a modest shrine. Just have a history, especially boosters in the huge camphor trees. Include amounts paid for many famous people and many are slow to visit the pretty time consuming. Are interested in history, such as armor and sword in the Treasure Museum of many national treasures and important cultural properties, is not to be missed. Maritime Museum and scholarly exhibitions there, click here sea any products is was about. It is a large and old specimens, however, faded impressions. I think, at any rate, if you come to the shimanami Kaido 外senai. I thought I was free parking on Sunday could such as GW not addressed in the staff parking lot.
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  • Nice shrine but nothing too spectacular except having one of the oldest trees in Japan.
  • I had heard stories from a friend, I want to go again. "Oyamazumi shrine, really feels good and healed. Power spot is the tiredness of the body like.
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  • Yamazumi shrine (oyamazumi shrine) in the national headquarters. Dedicated to the great mountain God as the God of war drew admiration from the Imperial Court, warlord. The tale of Genji and his warriors dedicated to armour. This shrine contains 4% armor of Japan designated national treasures and important cultural properties.
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  • Main building area is up to 8:30 - 17:00. Not in touch. However, the natural monument of the camphor tree is very beautiful! Power spot ♫ only dolpins are seen, such as Saida is satisfied. It was pretty rough start leaning ear now.
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  • Because here the sea God in God of war old Japan Navy ship was to port to pray for victory is. Photographs the dedication that around the shrine is decorated as a votive. There is also a Maritime Museum with exhibits and not to be missed "this ship" fan site.
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