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Isaniwa Jinja, Matsuyama
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Following a climb up a long flight of rough stone steps, admire Isaniwa Jinja, a 17th-century structure built in the rare hachiman-zukuri style. According to legend, the shrine occupies the site where Emperor Chuai and Empress Jingu often bathed in one of the oldest hot springs in Japan. The shrine regularly hosts special events, including ceremonies like Shinto weddings and blessings of newborn children. Put Isaniwa Jinja and other Matsuyama attractions into our Matsuyama trip itinerary planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • If you're inclined to do a little walk on foot by climbing, it is a good place to see the city below.
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  • It is quite close to Dogo Onsen, so don't need to hesitate a lot. You need to go up stairs, but after the stairs it looks very peaceful and you can see the scenery from the high viewpoint. Many touris...  more »
  • Go up the stairs and there are shrines. Quite a number of columns. But, just look up the stairs, Wow! I and I. Caution is required when you descend the stairs are wet and glide in.
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  • Shrine enshrined to the Dogo hot springs near Dogo mountain the Emperor ojin. "Water-Hachiman shrine" and "Dogo Hachiman" is called. Shrine of Hachiman-zukuri in three cases and is an important cultural asset.
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  • Where the long stairs to walk, but it is the atmosphere. Breathing while climbing with a colorful shrine. I guess people in the Office today, so unfortunately not nokyo-sho.
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  • Keep up the stone steps, please climb. Looking back on the balcony, Dogo. Sangaku and are dedicated to the shrine, we admire the spirit of inquiry to the study of ancient people.
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  • Dogo Onsen station, walk about 7 minutes. Many say is a national treasure. It's down here carrying big Mikoshi Festival of autumn, while the fearful. Usually cats, and laid back. Shrine is gay in the Momoyama style. Parking lot or on the back.
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  • Views are good handrails is time alone in the middle to be chain unreliable one, no such high office is not
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