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Saga Shrine, Saga
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Reviews
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  • Seminar venue near and worshipped in the time of the seminar. In facing Center road, stately feel magical powers. Saga Prefecture and thought also was to visit this shrine in distant Prefecture that mysterious edge.
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  • From JR saga station straight walking down the road one, turned to the left. 10 minutes is a little. Very loved by the locals. It was a weekday afternoon, but did a lot of worshippers. Please God say, 10, Jia clan Nabeshima of the fourth head, Naomasa publicly. It is a (very old) but who surely loved it, I guess. Such local stories is currently my favorite tea is.
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  • Surprised at the size! Is is good to take a leisurely walk, pigeon droppings noted. During the week, almost no people. Hard to understand where the men's room.
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  • Seminar venue near and worshipped in the time of the seminar. In facing Center road, stately feel magical powers. Saga Prefecture and thought also was to visit this shrine in distant Prefecture that mysterious edge.
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  • Matsubara shrine in saga, inside the shrine complex is there a place with the well-wishing Kappa. He holds out his plate and bald head with the dent the visitors at the shrine, so you can wet them with water. The Dent above must be included or at least wet always some water on his head. Often, the Kappa as a lucky charm is a stone or wooden figure.
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  • It was a very nice place. Like stamps, unlike other shrine in addition to nokyo-sho. It is a recommended place. 、
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  • Shrine & Temple Tour via! Speaking of Jinja's saga, here I w environment shall stamp rally round, but slow to w came out not even half
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  • Your tree is lovely.
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