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Imakumano Shrine, Kyoto

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  • If you're going to Sanjusangendo or even Kiyomizu-dera, take a small detour to Imakumano Shrine. In suburbia, no tour buses (yay), very quiet. The collection of Buddhist legend themed artwork under gl...  more »
  • Visited on New Years Day because it was a close walk from our hotel and there is no admission fee. The shrine was busy (but not crowded) with locals paying their new year's visit to the local shrine. ...  more »
  • Hongu in Wakayama on the part of the world heritage site is worth and any foot Wakayama mountain simulating model of the hongu Taisha and Kumano shrine is, so tourists.
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  • Nice Shrine to visite if you are walking around
  • I came to wish mother's intestinal surgery successful prayer and prays for his recovery. Has changed meaning and original visits and briefed, Nice. Li told me, pray was a shrine for the first time.
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  • What is visited for the first time, and located within the area, the famous shrine of Kumano Kodo êi was a lot. It is a shrine with a good atmosphere.
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  • I spoke with the wanted to complete the Kyoto Kumano area also formalised Bibi low ratings. Really nice atmosphere of the environment nor of the 900-year-old giant camphor "that person absolutely offended don't want! "Is anyone worth an attempt. Much anticlimactic fearfully came to the Office, but staff usually description of nokyo-sho type is compatible.
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  • I don't think the venerable shrine itself was. Office in spider's nest covered with very cold and may not want to but above all the people in the Office feel very bad. It is not like way of speaking and the attitude, welcome visitors. To pray several times I went, people watching the pick will have touched. I rang several times, so when I pulled the Fortune "would be what you want please press the Bell" was written and was ignored. Could see inside, so take a look at, and just like a man who was watching the computer screen. I can hear the doorbell that distance it's the will, and also signs of people who know. He came of the being tut with very rude, so my attitude ' what can I do for you? "The scary words, such as intimidate as if it was. Old lady past several times after that, but I rest in the shade of the camphor tea drinking come "drink tea at that. Everyone who saw coming to pray away the cans and plastic bottles there. Hiding in the Office next to the drink, the drink ", and this also, bossy as I watched the annoyed expression, came ijimete the old lady. Elderly's 飲masenai tea in the shade during the hot here and collapsed in exhaustion or the dead, nothing in here to say failed. What I'm not littering, people coming to pray from the Shinto priest who is so unabashedly. And I thought so. And the priest places maintained by the superficial and mindless people, feel that I inadvertently made staff of the shrine itself. I'm well, outside the old ghosts beneath that camphor has become mind spirit spot kinda is a locally famous story. Is not variously located in the forests around the shrine, but all very dark, very nice.  You don't feel very good. The evening I especially feel bad. After the evening is this non-staff.
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