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Hōchigai Shrine, Sakai

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Religious Site
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Said and went to prayer in the temple and have prayer before the movers could safely move is moving back and forth in 1 good should come after one year. We worshipped, in Inari. After it to women at the back behind the shrine and pray with one amazing fresh feeling, very nice.
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  • When near my parents ' House, so I went home on new year's day are visited every year. Illustrations of the globe travel charm is cute. Thanks, not in big trouble. Travel Safety or English embroidery and housekeepers, but Japan, English is English-speaking friends. I think English is wrong, so I had to say. But so cute is put in the trunk for a trip.
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  • Already worshippers visited the shrine, in the morning to be long lines, and new year holidays, many stores had gone out. Cold sponge cake shop nearby, it's came to the Cafe-
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Google
  • So Sir! From the East exit of the station down, they go down a road it is recommended!
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  • Is like a deus ex machina for me. Pray even if the event I think that many people we loved shrine.
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  • Original nokyo-sho book
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  • Is very beautiful and soothing atmosphere was very depressed very peppy.
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  • 感jitoremashita to at all times and is loved by the local people.
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