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Izumo Shrine Hitachi Branch, Kasama

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  • Walking from Jr Mito line fukuhara and about 10 minutes away. Signs indicating destinations from the station. Not 渡raneba great way is a big sign from afar, the way a little bit. Gardens, Izumo-Taisha Shrine in the entrance that will not only guide to cemetery, but like a Torii made of metal. Turn right to the first corner. Izumo stone is a mark. It is great. Uphill climb for a while and go on the left, large thick shimenawa will see is impressive. I was overwhelmed. Nokyo-sho the Office right in the sanctuary. Toward the shrine on the left was at least there was a large wooden statue hand carrying the name Mikoto,. The sanctuary is high ceilings, heavy feeling. Deep days from I and main look is neat, white. See the lookout overlooking the far is even was.
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  • Izumo Taisha, Shimane Prefecture. Though!! ️ a shrine of feeling it was. Is still off the beaten path full of innocents, I think. SEB!!!
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  • The huge rope thing (I don't know what it's called) is really interesting. You can try to toss a coin upwards and try to get it stuck in between the fibres of the rope. Remember to walk to the back of...  more »