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Kumano Hongu Taisha Kyushachi Oyunohara, Tanabe

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  • This is where was the old company of up to 0/1889. It is here were hit by flooding due to the later moved to higher ground. Personally, I love this place. What should I say? Is not as such on the spot? It is something I feel. Come over and over again. You can come again!
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  • This place amazing was the site original of the Temple of Hongu Taisha. Due to a great flood was moved to the place in where is located today. Impressive!
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  • Repeatedly swept away by the flood, but the shrine is now moved to a location where here is large Torii gate, you can go. Close from the main shrine.
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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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