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Tado Shrine, Kuwana

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Tado Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in the Tado-chō area of the city of Kuwana in Mie Prefecture, Japan. It is well known for its Tado Festival, which takes place on May 4 and 5 every year. The shrine has five nationally designated and one prefecturally designated Important Cultural Properties.It was formerly a national shrine of the first rank (国幣大社, kokuhei taisha) in the Modern system of ranked Shinto Shrines.Festivals Tado Festival (May 4 - 5): The largest of the events at the shrine, it involves young men riding horses up a hill and over a wall. Chōchin Festival (Saturday and Sunday in late-July): A lantern festival. Yabusame Festival (November 23): A horseback riding archery competition.
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  • Raising horses at a famous shrine, crowded, new year etc. But in the summer and many others. And headed into the mountains, and the river flowed and go all the way, so cool even in the summer. May is for the elderly to climb we did, but my grandfather's climb here and still have the strength it is trying. Look at physical fitness are recommended to go all the way.
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  • Up the stairs next to the cliff of horse events, a horse named Jinshan. Fuzhou mikuji's fortune for the new year. At the foot of free parking was unavailable this year because attention.
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  • From a traffic jam every year, where I went in the yōrō railway. In a very crowded Causeway also in quite lined up for visits.
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  • This is where when visited at the seminar in Mie Prefecture was taken to the local people. It's great place for I love horses. Increase or steep slope used at horse and climbed this Hill really? So it seems was the Hill. Dwells with magical powers, including to such location.
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  • Is a Shinto shrine once a year a go. TADO shrine of the object of worship is mountain is an old shrine from around the temple that is surrounded by silence. Again, please visit.
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  • It is lovely Hakuba jimba. But 3 out of feeding carrots thinly cut in 100 yen higher but God kicked pretty come buy. Age horse ritual place.
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  • Is the splendid Shrine just to say the shrine, located in the natural. I feel the negative ions of the falls.
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  • Raised, also deeply troubling to learn the brutal acts against the horse horse ritual. Made a wall in order to call the tourists climb the Hill in the old days it was just thrilling to know. Imagine the fear of horses. Festive horse died, suffering from it is strange. Back to the events just used to go up a hill.
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