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Inari Kio Shrine, Shinjuku
(3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Two walk from Higashi-Shinjuku Station, and staff. In a quiet place I don't think Kabuki-Cho. I'm very calm. Amulet is great blessing it is!
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  • I wanted to have a water pot of demon king shrine, visited. It's unusual and designated tangible cultural property in Shinjuku-ku is a water bowl for the demon's head in the water bowl. And actually take a look at the water bowl is surprisingly big, holding the demon are hidden. Can see the demon look bent over and well otherwise is was, was impressed with the look. You could hear the soothing sounds to other precincts and rain Qin, echoing sounds, sounds. Happens to be priest who organized the exhibition of Koizumi Yakumo, also would be able to hear because it was well visited also the writer Lafcadio Hearn. Also, Inari and attached to the name of the shrine is Gasser guardian at the entrance is a little thought, but just sitting and Wolf explained that he, not Fox. And that history is a small shrine and the cultural and very good. Go look at the person doing the event in the demon king shrine, regularly giving the history, so would be interested!
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  • This Temple became my favorite in Japan. I joined him immediately after his arrival in Tokyo, and thanks to your site I learned his name. In addition, that the ancient shrine, backward in the good sense of the word, it has a secret: If you put your ear to the almost vertical standing in vodojomchikah bamboo sticks, you can hear the music. This secret I told the young Japanese, which led to the Temple of the mother. How do I make him grateful. And as I like to put the same bamboo in other shrines in Japan. Several times a day I would come here and listened to the melody of the Holy Spirit (Tai I have).
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