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Ōjiinari Shrine, Kita

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  • We visited the Ohi Imari Shrine and Parade on New Year's eve. It was lovely. very family friendly and felt non commercial and great fun. Many locals in traditional costume with fox masks was a first f...  more »
  • A waterfall Park in a residential area so I went to Inari found. The precinct being rife of Fox. Will power is actually invisible. On new year's Eve procession of the Fox is out. Good fortune.
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  • Once again, Fox shrine, but it is very small-you can say "at dorah". Or rather, in the private sector, where there is a local small school where a bunch of children is worn on the streets at breakneck pace, old men with animals strolling and Moms with strollers. No business buildings and other things:) a purely residential area. Watch there especially nothing more 15 minutes didn't take.
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  • Inari sushi is suddenly appearing in a residential area. Inlet's kindergarten (nursery? ) And the combination of interesting so far. First up the stairs. There are lots of grounds, expensive for what it is difficult. I climb to the top and even further on (also is the stairs) I think quite wide. So little rest and blessing would likely also want to visit.
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  • Maybe I came for the first time. Freshness remains long after the shrine in gratitude. The shrine is behind leafy trees and cliffs, and so the 23 wards is second in the cosy feel. Try searching others. are lined up facing in the same direction at the Hall, why red eye fly, four, at regular intervals, I stopped 微笑mashiかtta.
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  • The full blessing of Inari? … Rear Palace is a must. Lifted the stone furnace.
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  • Is a Shinto shrine that legend of the Prince of foxes. Every year at midnight on new year's Eve many in the procession of the Fox. Small shrine is magnificent, ceiling is spectacular. Votive stone told Fox lived in deep caves and wish to try out. It is perfect to walk from Ohji station.
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  • We visited the new year's day. Could not even in the back was evening many people time constraints is, worship the Fox hole. I'd also like to come to the next opportunity.
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