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Hikawa Shrine, Kawagoe

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
is a Japanese Shinto shrine in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan. In Tokyo, it is the best known of the 59 branch shrines of the Hikawa jinja, which was designated as the chief Shinto shrine for the former Musashi province.HistoryThe shrine structures were constructed in 1730 under the patronage of Tokugawa Yoshimune. This became Yoshimune's personal shrine.
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  • The God of marriage, the source, who is enshrined. This time using your player. Whats the bag containing banknotes, EMA, amulet, and offering prayer after the 'feel' unusual feast fee. Summer wrote wishes in the wind chimes, you can pass through the tunnel of wind chimes. You can also drop to sink dolls in small streams of holy water.
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  • In people who come to enjoy marriage wind chimes and worshippers visited the three-day weekend for many. It was snapper mikuji with plenty of humor and power spots like tourist attractions.
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  • 之前做攻略的时候被风铃打动才想到来冰川神社来看一看的,不过不知道为什么并没有看到。然后。。。就很普通。关东圈首选观光地还是神奈川阿。。。 
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