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Sudo Shrine, Kyoto

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  • Over the years, that is in or around people, they make a pilgrimage shrine five times. I wonder if the continued approach is about 100 m from the road? Stelae of the treasure was excavated here and the recent boom in power spot is made famous by the "strongest spirits". She again made capital ", the capital at the time so is... great stuff. Stelae this national treasure was entrusted to a certain Museum. Replica is not actually this shrine. Treasure primary Temple located just south of the Takano River will take approximately 10 minutes walk from point neighborhood, the replica was stored. I'd get to see before going on to temple.
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  • Go on the Takano otabisho, surprised. Historic site designated by Kyoto City with nothing but unromantic toilet is located. Daily kesari permitted inside so do not use anyone, you should be removed was or, simple, etc. of the shrine before, and I thought, with concrete Foundation made is like the... been left untouched. I wonder if kids no matter how much possession of the shrine, can add such alteration in the designated City historic site? It is extremely doubtful. And and sacred in addition to Eurostar toilet permanent establishment to... thinking about what is Kyoto? It is extremely lack of management supervision.
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  • Climbing the old elsewhere have intact otabisho hearth Hill, aka the "paddles and from of forest" and is known. Today invited to weather history group... about 20 people or so. However,... These people, Ho-I and in is full of insane people. Invading the land of others with a straight face in tanoichihara, no roads, no freely, listening to a description of the escorting person. Leaders also obviously (by a fence) in land of the others don't even mind even though the intruders. I guess people who have come here for what? How to study a little "common sense" is before buying into the study of history is what? The trespassing should be understood even think has the common sense of the ordinary person to have... and I guess? Degenerate who recently said that it has increased. I do not have the ability to not obeying me, apologize and say. It is much, too, such as the study of history with this kind of person is useless, so hold off heh. Prince Sawara have enjoyed between the shrine and the tanoichihara back to the days of me of guess that he is 呆re果tete also the spirit. People pretend I was reminded I don't even look at, are travelling across the country wherever she goes in so not to disturb people in. This insane people useful lesson about standing in the say yes?
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  • Sudo Shrine is located in Kami-Takano ( northern part of Takano River ). The river flows down from north toward west into this part of Sakyo-ku and takes its curve to the south and splits in 2 ways ( west and south ) in Matsugasaki area. The place enshrines the spirit of Prince Sawara Shinno, the son of Emperor Konin, who died in 785 AD. Prince Sawara Shinno was also the younger brother of Emperor Kanmu who was the founder of the city of Kyoto ( Heian-kyo ). Since his birth mother ( Uba = bio-mother ) was Takano Niigasa and it is believed to have the connection with the name of Takano River. ( Trans-word+ : TGM Kyoto Guide )
  • On 11 March last weekend visit was. Next to the Lotus Temple is very crowded, but the staff and this shrine. You could visit slowly. Is a Shinto shrine dedicated to Emperor kanmu Prince, Prince Sawara.
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  • Taste that deus ex machina of the village (^. ^) y--.
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  • Known in the early Edo period, current national treasure came out from back here. I wonder?
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  • We have experienced the phenomenon has changed in some places. It was a valuable experience. Thank you very much.
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