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Narukoten Shrine, Shinjuku

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  • Nishi-Shinjuku along OME a long Causeway. Its beyond I wonder if Red is the main shrine. Nowadays became uncommon back Fuji, there is.
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  • We went to visit this Shrine but we found that it is an interesting market on Sundays. Locals come here to sell items from their homes and so it is super interesting and you will see items being anyth...  more »
  • Very nice I found it by chance a newcomer walk. Very close to the hotel surouete higasy shinjuko, in the very same leaving the hotel on the left go down, and about 500 meter on the sidewalk across the street you will see it.
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  • Naruloten is beautiful and seems to have been very recently and totally refurbished. There are some amazing Mikoshi behind glass in an adjacent building. It is surrounded by tall, modern buildings which emphasize how different it is. There is a long path between buildings leading to the shrine, so it's easy to miss unless you are looking for it or, as I did, just happen to stumble upon it.
  • It is worth for us to climb mt.NARUKO FUJI here at this shrine. You may enjoy yourselves to look out some part of Shinjuku Skyscrapers.....
  • ☆ shigeko shrine Shinjuku Nishi Shinjuku 8-14-10 main Sugawara michizane celebration 9/25 environment, periodic lease with 70-year built condominium tower West Shinjuku EMS port Shinjuku Nishi Shinjuku 8-14-27, 27F, 2013-12-completed, Mitsui fudosan residential, rental apartment Verde coat West Shinjuku 12-storey completed 2014 in April, the Mitsui fudosan Group's resident first, rebuilt the shrine rooms, and new building. Its founding is 903 years. And death of Sugawara no michizane was grieved at his home from Dazaifu's statue and enshrined in the beginning of. Later Kamakura period, Minamoto no Yoritomo by shrine Pavilion was. The fire happened in the early Edo period, treasure and recording until it burned down, moved to its present location. Then as during World War II due to air raids destroyed shrine. Rebuilt in 1966, reinforced concrete buildings. 4/2014 redevelopment project is completed. Fuji-Fuji-(Fuji s) shrine in. The height is 12 meters piled up lava of Mt. Fuji in 1920, was made. Largest in Shinjuku City. Image of tree Hanasaki Maya life in Summit. By 3/11/2011 earthquake to fall on the North Slope, was rebuilt ago the Sengen shrine. The seven lucky gods enshrined in the middle of the road. Usually behind closed doors only for new year's day 7 days visit and climb. 2010 Fuji, mentioned in the media as a power spot. Shinjuku-ku, designated tangible folk cultural property. Stone rikiishi once used as people do in the entertainment and celebration. Shinjuku-ku, designated tangible folk cultural property. Over 20 God is enshrined in the precinct, and Tenjin alias. Festival 2/3-setsubun Festival 9/25-introducing the latest energy management systems to optimize the power of the whole apartment, including demand response depending on the cooperation of the common area celebration Tower Nishi Shinjuku emsport to large storage battery control, such as energy management system (MEMS) and each dwelling's energy management system (HEMS) and power supply peak information. Build a incentive discounts to residents ' electric return for reducing power use of demand response mechanisms. Introduction of system combining these condominiums and the first time. Shrine and heck as a periodic lease convertible apartment development, Mitsui fudosan residential No. 2 item properties. Shinjuku Akagi shrine regeneration projects Park Court Kagura Hill 2010 completion is the first property.
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  • 2017 / 6th / 17 received Fuji mounds. Your seven lucky gods can Mairi. It was a shrine to the fallen. Nokyo-sho...
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  • 😃 chikaraishi of cultural property in 🙏-Ku, which enshrines God all over the little shrine 😃 red-painted a beautiful sprawling atmosphere but also seeing solid happy ⤴ also is the view from the top of the cultural district of Fuji, really was the best ✨ ✨ ✨
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