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Minatogawa Shrine (Nanko-san), Kobe

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Minatogawa Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Chūō-ku, Kobe, Japan, roughly on the site of the Battle of Minatogawa.The enshrined kami is the spirit of Masashige Kusunoki, a military commander. It is one of the Fifteen Shrines of the Kenmu Restoration.
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  • There is a monument of Tokugawa mitsukuni "Ah a loyal subjects and loyal subjects". 753, when a lot of holiday crowds. In the range of personal interests have come out a lot of open-air. Visit the three companies might be interesting to compare.
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  • On the north side of JR Kobe station. It is famous as the Shinto shrine enshrines Kusunoki masashige. In addition to use on new year's day every year, usually attracts as a walking course.
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  • Outside the shrine, many traffic and urban, but during the shrine where Lin and mind is washed. So widely, not through the approach because it does not offer sushi, and Museum visitors to always stay for only about 30 minutes, but then the harborland, so spend meaningful time 10 minutes.
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  • A nice small shrine. No entrance-fee
  • Overwhelmed by 1336, Kusunoki masashige, Ashikaga takauji's come East and army to intercept at minatogawa, but devastating, to death. It's not heeding his strategy Strategy Conference of the armed forces when the the Court noble who adhered to the front. 536 years later, Emperor Meiji was not forsaken Kusunoki masashige. In 1872, fair shrine of temple's guardians of Kobe citizens now that. Stillness, graceful drift wide environment. In masashige's loyalty is now and was rewarded. Other world he knows it?
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  • Minatogawa-Kusunoki tomb is a holy place. It was a great shrine, during a solemn and very friendly atmosphere. There is also is good playing, Sannomiya, stretch your legs a bit and come to the shrine.
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  • This area was the battle of minatogawa. What areas overlap, had visited Mito mitsukuni's history The staff parking lot.
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  • Comparatively new shrine was built in 1872 (0/1872). Old exceptional ranking companies. Kusunoki masashige's main supporters. The many camphor trees. Nice gate. It was a shrine of the good feeling.
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