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Kehi Jingū Shrine, Tsuruga

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  • Ichinomiya echigo province and so, I went. The impression. Well ~ I. The shrine of the ordinary. Certainly has room in the large shrine is the impression well tourism tourists looking at the shrine. I saw a priest's prayer at the end, but that one's feet. (^^;)
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  • Through the long Causeway, at the entrance of the shrine. There are combing the snow the snow out of the water. So entering from the back parking lot is kinda confusing, I think.
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  • A good vermilion Torii is impressive. Written to Matsuo Basho, ERI, within statue of Basho. Long life water gushing from the mouth of the turtle, the Torii.
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  • amazing place to visit well worth the trip if in the area
  • Tsuruga City [kehi Jingu] visited. In his right hand a statue of Basho Basho haiku monument was gathered.   (1) clause written Basho Basho / 5 clause of Tsuruga in March is engraved. Silent month of countries and eight further kehi and extend on the sand of the pilgrimage have name 角鹿 love Bell some autumn month submerged ocean bottom Moon and northern provinces from the date determined on the Moon cry (2) banana and Tsuruga (clause 5 of commentary) (3) banana image anvil stone [-silent--] of a Basho Weng cane mark clause (4) silent sand correctly and popular pilgrimage of dew on a Basho haiku monument on the popular pilgrimage of sand (5) sand correctly and popular pilgrimage of dew (6) sand have ritual Street West Osnamochi Shinji: Sand Carrying Ceremony is originated from the hard efforts by the second pilgrim-priest to bury muddy grounds of Kehi at the Shrine with earth and stones for easier access of those who visited this at the shrine. Basho composed his haiku quoting this story.
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  • Have a look at Torii, truly seems to one of the 3 Big Bird House style. Just want to see the entrance gate alone if I go to Tsuruga
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  • It would be historically quite important shrine is not so widely. Mystery is more difficult to understand.
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  • What about 1,300 years of history and magnificent maintained high building, within the entire environment.
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