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Nashinoki Shrine, Kyoto

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  • not a big shrine, yet clear and peaceful. on the left side of the courtyard entrance there's a springwater fountain. Legendarily there were 3 famous springwater in ancient Kyoto, and this one is the o...  more »
  • I got married at theis shrine. It's not interesting for tourism, but if you want to get married in Kyoto, you can't do better than this. It's reasonably priced and the shrine arranged koto music, shin...  more »
  • Kyoto Imperial Palace just next to you. Shrine enshrines and Sanjo sanetomi publicly in the noble of the late Edo period, called for water and the water. But I can't go to the water main and somei apartment suddenly pass through the gate and once outside of the premises no. Their financial situation is like.
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  • Nashinoki Shrine is located right across the street of Rozanji on Teramachi street built right next to the east side of Imperial Palace. The shrine was given its name from the name of this location which is former town of Nashinoki. The shrine was established in 1885 used to be a residence of court nobility. The main deity of the shrine is Sanjo Sanetsumu & Sanjo Sanetomi who made a great contribution to the immperial affairs during Meiji Restoration in early 20th century. They are enshrined here as god of learning as well as Sugawarano Michizane on the other side of imperial Palace. The natural spring water of Somei is designated as one of the top 3 exquisite water of Kyoto. Katsura Tree in its ground standing slose to Chozusha bear leaves in a shape of heart. The tree is believed to be a " A Tree of Love " holds a power to bring the hearts of a couple closer. The tree is standing right behind when you are filling your bottle at its Chozusha. ( Trans-word+ : TGM Kyoto Guide )
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  • Mansion is located on a shrine. Because this shrine renovation costs, etc. Nashinoki Shrine, lent 60-year leasehold development company land of 2,100 square meters; Developer's agreement to build a mansion and furnish, 60 years later, to a vacant lot and return.
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  • There is water. One person has noted that up to 5 liters. Hagi in the fall!
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