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Kumano Hongu Taisha Kyushachi Oyunohara, Tanabe
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We chose to drive instead of walk since we had a rental car drove around the coastal area. This is one of the 3 Temples to visit in this region. Beautiful temple which Soccer fanatics should visit sin...  more »
  • Until the great flood of 0/1889 Kumano hongu Taisha was in this place is. Tanaka's large Torii gate stands in the rice fields. Closer to its size again is amazing. I was surprised that enshrines the Jinja shrine enshrines the environment setsumatsusha under the four companies, four companies, once inside the gate, and was here before and it is.
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  • 0/2000, part of the Kii Mountains world heritage site sacred sites and pilgrimage routes in Japan highlights a large Torii gate. This is the place is 5 minutes on foot from hongu Taisha Shrine, so come to worship together I want.
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  • One of the three grand shines that are part of the pilgrimage route of Kumano Kodo. The other two are in Shingu town and by Natchi falls, one day trail walk to each.
  • I visited here in winter. There were not much people. It was so quiet and calm. There are a lot of history here. I'm very impressed.
  • Get the good vibes of this place. Great art work.
  • Nice quiet place, look at the roof construction made of bark..
  • One of the three shrines that are part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route, this is the central, and after little more than 100 stairs we arrive at it. It is simply spectacular and it is worth pausing to contemplate with calm
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