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Utsunoiya Futaarayama Jinja Shrine, Utsunomiya

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Religious Site
An imposing orange-hued gate marks the entrance of Utsunoiya Futaarayama Jinja Shrine, a 1600-year-old spiritual center. Steep stairs surrounded by massive trees lead to this wooden shrine, designed in a typical Japanese style. Walk through the temple garden to see a few additional shrines, dedicated to various local gods and featuring intricate woodwork. A visit to Utsunoiya Futaarayama Jinja Shrine represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Utsunomiya itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • It is a splendid shrine is located across the road in Utsunomiya PARCO. Downtown approach also stairs staff make being turned into, it is very easy to visit. In front of the Inari Shrine left behind that is the Omizutori. The nokyo-sho firstfruits cost than General 500 yen for a little more. It is pretty easy to visit shrine.
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  • Place enough historic buildings at random whatever Bill's kinda disgusting. Nokyo-Sho is very rarely from the lack of worth
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  • Climbing the stairs is quite high, so it was hard. How Vantage stairs than there was in it? Better go check. Ask nokyo-sho in the building to the left of the main shrine in the latter 500 yen. Had lunch on a weekday, many came to the people of prayer.
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