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Niukanshōbu Shrine, Kudoyama-cho

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  • I attended the Sanada Festival and happened to be in the area of the information center. This old temple is a short walk from the information center. The stairs are adjoining the Jison-in Temple. Niuk...  more »
  • Shrine enshrined by Niu capital ratio sold at Shinto shrine located associated with Kobo Daishi coming off mountain jisonin 9 degrees, applied for a doctor in the back stairs to the 119 have small precincts. I think a hikers town paved path to the gate at this shrine to pray for safety on the road.
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  • That Kobo Daishi founded if you climb the steep stone steps from jisonin is over 100, a world heritage site, Ming and Qing dynasties Hara company. The Takano, paved path trailhead, so have confidence in legs who walked up to koya-San? It was just, restoration work in the gate.
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  • If you climb the stone steps to the jisonin shrine. Beneath the basin at a small pond. Opens the main hall from the sanctuary, behind the guardian's balance, like beautiful. And is spoken by large earthquake will probably be a priest, one that might be no shrine was concerned. I hope it does not come.
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  • Only registered on the World Heritage list and is a splendid shrine was enshrined. Once your deity is recommended.
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  • Go to the main hall greets the steep staircase out jisonin on your right, go up the slope. So I see people give up watching this stair for you please.
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  • Rising at the entrance of the town's trip to paved path. By Kobo Daishi built in 816, was registered on the World Heritage list. Is a Shinto sacred pilgrimage road Wakayama No. 11. Pity that stripped many buildings in France byodo (Shinto and Buddhism separation order) after the Meiji Restoration, etc..... 11/26/2016 first visit
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  • Visit the 5/16/2017 Shinto pilgrimage pilgrimage road No. 11 (Wakayama No. 11)
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