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Hanitsu Shrine, Inawashiro-machi

(4.8/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • Aizu guardian. Hoshina Masayuki official enshrinement. Soil Nakatsu shrine hanit and the read/write difficult...... This is the entrance for our trip to Fukushima.
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  • It is located at the foot of Bandai mountain "into a" read Aizu Lord Matsudaira family graves. Frog statue left and pass through the white gate and square stair climbing the main front right large inscription (inawashiro designated cultural asset) riding on a turtle.
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  • Leaves somewhere clean? And I tried to come looking. But "soil Tsu" unreadable "is" and the out easily in the car, had a hard time. It leaves large shrine is utilizing the slope views are worth a look so beautiful. You want go to the grave yard in the back of the!. While walking uphill one way 15 minutes I guess. In a quiet and calm atmosphere is unique. Where is you want to go to the bathroom and I went to the toilet in the shrine, so much misery flees immediately. I thought since many visitors looking for fall foliage, little maintained and also good. Trouble, even at the parking lot in front of a clean toilet is clean!
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  • I love autumn, even on weekdays many tour buses. I would also visit at night is lit up at night, also will be a different atmosphere, so it's good.
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  • Living life as an honest person Hoshina Masayuki, the resting place. Placed around the grave, adores his retainers, who yearns for Masayuki Hoshina
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