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Miyoshino Shrine, Kawagoe

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  • Kawagoe Castle castle is nearby. This is unfortunately under repair, came to the shrine at the entrance. Urya to go near the Offertory, and it had let the song flows through. Pride as the path is pretty slim.
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  • From the honmaru Palace there is a monument of children's songs, a large park near is a taste of old-fashioned local pride as the meaning of the song as the Edo kawagoe bridge between and was in the old days
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  • Warabe-UTA "canopy I let" become the birthplace of the shrine. Especially something special that is not there. Unfortunately, now main hall is under construction, was downright lonely as long as. From the town of most, about a 20-minute walk.
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  • The shrine itself isn't anything special and it only opens its doors at New Years, but it has a great playground for toddlers on its grounds.The playground is officially under the management of Hatsukari Park (please see Hatsukari Park for more information). The long path leading to the shrine with torii and the cherry blossoms in spring add to the beauty of the temple. The temple is dedicated to the brain.
  • Miyoshino Shrine is quite historic and thus interesting in that regard. The architecture is also quite beautiful in my option. When I last visited it though, it was in need of a bit of repair. There's nothing special about the grounds themselves, but if you're a Japanese history-buff, it's worth seeing after you've visited the other shrines in Kawagoe.
  • Canopy I went to worship in shrines and the birthplace was unfortunately during reconstruction of the shrine. To explore your environment and in other respects at the shrine Daikoku and Ebisu shrine. I think enshrined as hiruko tout (Ebisu sky) and pagoda (nushinomikoto) a shrine was erected probably in the Tenjin district, Castle town to pray for prosperity. You can determine whether the overlap season before people who are afraid of such an environment we have in place and becomes the season is good, taking lunch breaks within the Park, because I think they make a students, would be good.
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  • Square side of the approach is old and now children's playground. There is playground equipment and a candy shop, though. To elementary school were so old played well on my way home.
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  • Was a Shinto shrine located in a quiet location
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