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Fujisaki-hachimangu, Kumamoto

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is a Shinto shrine located in Chūō-ku, Kumamoto, Kumamoto, Japan. It is dedicated to Emperor Ōjin, Empress Jingū and Sumiyoshi Sanjin.HistoryIn 935, Fujisaki Hachimangu was established with the Bunrei of Iwashimizu Hachiman-gū Kyoto, at Chausuyama (now Kumamoto Fujisakidai Baseball Stadium), Kumamoto Castle at the order of Emperor Suzaku. The word Fuji derives from a tale that at the time of establishment, sticking of fuji resulted in fuji Wisteria taking root and grew. Fujisaki Hachimangu has been respected as the defender of Higo, Kumamoto Prefecture. In 1542, Emperor Go-Nara presented a wooden frame 八幡藤崎宮 which is now engraved over the Torii. Rebuilding of the shrine, 20 years apart, had been made with the order of the Emperor.In 1877, the shrine was burnt amid the battle of Satsuma Rebellion and was reconstructed at Igawabuchi Machi, the present location.In the modern system of ranked Shinto Shrines, Fujisaki was listed in 1915 among the 3rd class of nationally significant shrines or Kokuhei Shōsha.
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  • Fujisaki hachimangu shrine in Kumamoto-shi Chuo-ku is the shrine attracts the faith as a shrine in Kumamoto area. Meet the God Emperor is dedicated the Sumiyoshi sanjin and the God effort Empress phase has been to suppress the rebellion of Fujiwara pure friend and enshrined in the Hall, took place in 0/935 (935) and Kyushu region erected by. As long to contact shrine Office later received the adoration of the successive Lords came to the era of the samurai of the Kamakura and later the reverence of the Governor and the Court was shrine of Kumamoto Castle during the Edo period. Also due to rebellion is shrine burned upheaval of the Meiji era, and revived at the present location, 0/1915 (1915) in price column in the Yomiuri Shimbun National Bank was. By Shinto Commander of GHQ after the war disappeared, rating, then continues as the ethos of Kumamoto city. As the Shinto shrine that atmosphere in the oasis of Fujisaki hachimangu shrine exists is not on a big scale between building and city were without a doubt. So projecting 1 tourists made since the second week September every year seems to glimpse why Autumn Festival is described as Festival of Kumamoto city.
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  • Fujisaki hachimangu shrine located near the city centre. There also some shops along Omotesando Avenue. Was praying was not that the rest was great.
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  • Speaking of Kumamoto, a praying place, here it is. It is a long Causeway, making of sympathy as well, I want to visit shrines. Has rich stores of Omotesando. Fujisaki Palace Station railway and more shops, it's fun.
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  • Cool place for New Year count down!
  • At the shrine in Kumamoto, the most famous shrine is crowded. Every year we are going to have long lines. Fall Festival is intermission ornate decoration horse in Kumamoto's most famous festival. Like many in 753.
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  • The shrine was visited many times since childhood. Every year many tourists visit. September Festival is also the Fest in Kumamoto.
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  • One of the famous places in Kumamoto. September Festival horses take turns pray there. And visiting the temple, was top in nokyo-sho.
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  • Autumn Festival is the 9/21 when visiting the Festival other than when you buy car 🚙 came here to pray for traffic safety
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