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Hie Shrine, Izu

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  • But it is a small shrine. Shuzenji became under the name of a place than this is memorable, such as. Great historical and rope the HIE shrine, lanterns, slope, and tranquility. Visit to chilly winter cold, but also to heighten was like.
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  • Big trees, feel the history. It was an attractive place of people and cars down the road traffic signs will disappear as you climb up the stairs, and feel the power from the trees. Wooden children's too and I feel blessings from the person. Sorry I thought the stairs is a bit steep, detour, and is not accessible for disabled people.
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  • I stopped by during a family trip of the Shuzenji. Able to now and forever, and forever is, for the first time, but here is Temple of famous children of cedar (Meoto-sugi Cedar). Surrounded by children and pass out and it was. After actually Temple. Thank you very much.
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  • Heavily dominates the Cedar for children. She has written words of parents getting divorced, is a beautiful place.
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  • Nice shrine. There are lots of large trees, feel the history. Many children there were trees.
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  • An unforgettable atmosphere of the Festival was a bustling Spa by children at this shrine.
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  • 算滿好拍的,境內有很多小神像非常可愛
  • Coming to Shuzenji opportunity was to pray.
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