Shirakawa Hachiman Shrine Festival Hall, Shirakawa-mura

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  • September 7, 2017
    "Higurashi when" the shrine was used as the model of the furude shrine comes out, please let me visit this time has been very inspiring. Shrine in really in the furude Shrine just like and was able to actually visit to this place when you look at the EMA is dedicated with thanks and inspiring that I have whole-heartedly higurashi fans the EMA to see I almost cried. And is adjacent to the shrine in the Museum (Museum of the doburoku Festival) DVD summarizes the General contents of the Shirakawa-go (12 ~ 3 minutes) and you can see the history of the doburoku Festival is held every year at the Shirakawa Hachiman shrine. The hotel would be around so much and have not even 30 minutes if you can. Can our Festival really at home, around the hotel, spent "doburoku" saké Lees are served. Solid dark it could even my taste, like alcohol, clean room. Ask every one by one by hand this drink is being prepared, with gratitude, alcohol. Miko has been accepted? Of the talk in Columbus who was extremely polite, busy is my caring, I was told. In addition, have taught recommended Cafe and locations in Shirakawa gensokyo, was having a great time. Shirakawa-go to once again visit also is where we will visit means at first. (The long and sorry. Who read this far, thank you very much. Please refer to write down some of the products you can buy at Shirakawa Hachiman shrine at the end, so if you like. ) FYI, Shirakawa Hachiman shrine Omamori (1 500 yen), EMA (you can decorate in the 500 yen! ), You can buy more material lots (100 yen per), Shirakawa Hachiman shrine (600 yen). (Had a Bill. The price is forgotten. )
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  • September 3, 2017
    The shrine is located in the back of the shirakawago village, has a history of 1300 years. Shrine was rebuilt in 1636. Companies that protect cedar trees stand will make you feel sacred heart of visitors.
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  • August 12, 2017
    There seemed to be a local shrine, and probable good tree-ring big Cedar's features. The article tells us the Festival of s, the building is, it is the shrine of the ordinary local takes the doburoku Festival. It seemed to be a holy land of anime.
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  • June 29, 2017
    One of my best Japan experiences so far, and I've been here for almost a year already. The shrine complex is beautiful, surrounded by big trees and beautiful stone stairs and tori that lead you to your pray. The staff was absolutely lovely, and they were astonished when I said I was from Brazil. They also had goshuin, one of my personal tasks in Japan, but it was a printed paper, which was then filled with and glued to my goshuin-cho. Apparently the temple master or apprentices, usually responsible for the goshuin were not present at the moment. They also have a museum about the Doburoku Festival, which is introduced by a 10 minute video about the preparation and costumes of this festivity. You can then, proceed to the museum, getting to see all the instruments, costumes and live a little bit of the festival, while the festival music (a very traditional Japanese song) welcomes you in. At the end of this tour within the festival history you are invited to taste the local sake, made only for the festivity. One of the temple staff were very kind to explain me that the sake is nowhere to be found but at that temple, and gave me a english cart explaining a bit more. The sake is like nothing I have tasted before, it's still not completely matured, so you can see some of the rice still present. But it has a unique and strong taste (They told me it's around 15% alcohol content). If you're visiting Shirakawa-go, the Shirakawa Hachiman Shrine is a must, specially if you are into temples and shrines like I am.
  • December 20, 2016
    A silent and peaceful place with great old trees
  • July 12, 2016
    very nice shrine!
  • June 15, 2017
    Visited anime not knowing was the great shrine. We look at EMA, but all good things pictures. You can just drop by.
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  • May 6, 2017
    5/5/2017 "higurashi naku of stage of the furude shrine." think I want to go again. I went. In conjunction with the anime, I was surprised. Also, I'd like to go.
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Located to the south of the main tourist village, the accommodations of Shirakawa-mura primarily come in the form of the traditional sloped-roof farmhouses of the historic village. Converted into hotels and guesthouses, or newly built in the distinctive style so as to fit in, the accommodations serve a mixed clientele, with a choice of budget-friendly hostels and luxury "ryokan" (traditional guesthouses). The village of Hirase further to the south has a number of standard hotels and ryokan, as well as some seasonal camping options, linked up to the main tourist village by road.
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