Kyoto Ryozen Gokoku Shrine, Kyoto

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The Kyoto Ryozen Gokoku Shrine is a Shinto Shrine located in Kyoto, Japan. It honors the heroes of Japan, especially from the period of the Bakumatsu period and the Meiji Restoration, most famously Sakamoto Ryōma and his associate Nakaoka Shintarō, who are buried side-by-side in the shrine.The Ryozen Museum of History is next to this shrine.
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  • Edo fan located at the foot of Higashiyama area not to be missed, as well as ryoma Sakamoto's grave located near the shrine. It is a place of remembrance with also a place of repose of those who died for the country than the casual tourist, so.
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  • Yesterday 11/15 Sakamoto ryoma's death so to Kyoto feet carrying good luck has been. Grave with Shintaro Nakaoka fell along with Kyoto lingshan gokoku shrine. Lots of tourists and worshippers gather I will. Kyoto Kochi Prefectural Association of people and making chicken pot, too. Visit the next year.
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  • End of Edo period to that I think is a good place to come for those. What bones are in fact without the repose tiles if you bad. Katsura kogoro (Kido Takayoshi) of it's grave is located at the top. Once again, stone fence was being repaired. Thank you very much. Katsura (Kido) Facebook fan, here's only grave so please come by all means. I find so many people is on the go study Edo period is also good. Lack of interest in the late Edo period who is honestly not much fun, is not. A nice real people was seriously considering the future of Japan just 150 years ago, a moment reminiscent of...
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  • A good place to stop and sit.
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  • Shrine until I climb, so use stamina considerably. Ride hard climb from the parking lot, as is the courtesy car to the Museum because it is convenient. Ryoma Sakamoto's grave goes from the shrine, if further up the mountain. Again, history is a famous person, there are weight. There are many more than otherwise, was involved in the restoration. History lovers are always worth is. Entrance fee is required to visit a tomb of Sakamoto ryoma. The nokyo-sho could just pay the admission fee. For our writing is 300 yen.
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  • Tomb of the people involved in the Meiji Restoration (because the bone does not include monument) is honoring the shrine. It is the facilities where you can feel the religious beliefs of the tomb is located inside the shrine, a Torii at the entrance of Edo period Japan. Old because it has many stairs and watch your step.
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  • Famous Sakamoto ryōma and Nakaoka Shintaro's grave. Originally built for Kido Takayoshi Ito Hirobumi in it? Yasukuni Shrine, 煩ku said, but it could be nice here.
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