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Nashinoki Shrine, Kyoto
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  • Water from wells for Imperial on the shrine, in the newly built apartment complex, so have a little strange landscape, but many say the environment is better. Even the people in the region are groundwater also books in large plastic bottles. It is very delicious in soft water.
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  • The shrine located in the East of the Imperial Palace. It is famous for its visit to Kyoto, one well for that. There are many who come to draw in water to tea. Shinto-style wedding ceremony also is possible.
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  • Nashinoki Shrine Hagi Festival September 17-19, finished the flowers of about 500 shares of Hagi at late September-since early October, and had visited the 10/1. Versus peak as the flowers bloom when you visit still [Hagi flowers] able to enjoy. Here in the way of commemorative photos, taking commemorative photos of the wedding ceremony was [senbu―a], but in the meantime I've visited this afternoon of 10/1 and Hagi flowers with background taking photos, and I think it could. I think what better photos taken, none of the 6 days of the week falls is planning next year [Hagi flowers] to take a check in or visited.
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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 )
  • Matsri is Sanjo beauty Minoru Park. The old are exceptional. Where to the Kyoto Imperial Palace from the outside. I feel like a shrine. You can taste like, nokyo-sho. Visit 11/2014.
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  • Indeed, various thoughts between the gate and the gate apartment building had been erected so close to have considerable impact. But conversely, presence in air as a shrine by the compact dense became more like feel. No changes worth as a shrine and is.
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  • It was asked about three years ago, but the leaves are very beautiful, even though few tourists off the beaten path. I want to go again in the near future.
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  • Well for this. I felt sweet. It is valuable.
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