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Tokiwa Jinja, Mito
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  • Mito plum Festival period, here is a venue "Plum Festival" will be held. Tasting in plum wine in more than 100 national standing in the tent and buy a ticket. Just had uncomfortable experiences of Yuki pongee event around kairakuen in kimono, drinking plum wine here, enjoyed.
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  • Environment is the best, next the three Senba Lake and stroll to kairakuen Park, below is a priest of the shrine visit my wedding. Is a Shinto shrine is a shrine with the formality of the Tokugawa family, kabukichō 753 children and grandchildren become so indebted to the visits after strolling together paradise garden and mansion Senba Lake strolling Swan is a satisfactory course.
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  • Break space hung with Reed screen beside the Office if you go on a hot day, and was out of the mist. In addition, free of cold tea. Very helpful and friendly!
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  • Nice shrine..go there by bus from mito station.
  • Located at kairakuen. Plum was a Festival held in was the food stalls and vibrant atmosphere. Audi are displayed in front of the main building, that is hard to come to kinda happy I was. The original stamp book.
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  • Clean sweep 2 second visit today has been purged
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  • Mito is a popular shrine ranking # 1 shrine.
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  • I try to worship the shrine adjacent to kairakuen, and history is so shallow?
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