Heitate Shrine, Yamato-cho

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  • April 29, 2017
    At the front, not used to approach from the side. There is a strong and pleasant feel flows. Power is strong. Is that Emperor jinmu dwell in this area and was leaving when jinmu conquests. And also is a calming of Amaterasu. It is near the Holy Land, for Takachiho. And here is Yamato (Yamato) in great shrine, but why not on the map and tourist guide. However, on the day of young people filled come was. It is cosy, located on a hill overlooking the caldera of ASO shrine. Congratulation to the priest was known in this world thank you, talk has just been.
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  • April 6, 2017
    Environment information and explanation stirred discomfort. Old it's unlikely 15000 years. From 6000 years ago going eruptions in nearly engulfed the whole of ASO in Kyushu. Also, here is not a Kyushu navel (navel is in Yamato Japan). Takachiho is also irrelevant. Many also want to point out that that is possible. I think in psychics and mediums are malnutrition and this place is suspect. Kyushu nature is beautiful, but the people's desire has produced negative energy is appearance of the banknotes of the original otategami company disappeared. It is too bad.
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  • January 2, 2017
    As a first class power spots in Kumamoto is famous Nusa otategami. Nestled in secluded shrines and big, easy-to-access Jinja shrine located on Highway 218, was. Parking is located in the front and sides, and on the East side.  Also, new high school near Grand is used as a special parking space. Welcome you climbed the steep stairs of the small shrine. Standing beside the old Fifteen thousand years called sacred and Tenjin trees.  Can Torii gates on the left hand side of the main line, down the steep and grownup (East Mitarai), located in the mountains East of the parking lot near the Torii gate views takamagahara (shibushi column). Power charge to try and visit the myths will.
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  • May 16, 2017
    Thank you very much. Thanks much appreciated. Visiting the shrine and Tokyo's was. It was heavy rain. It is a 70-year-old sister. Visits within a short walk. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. 3 city of happiness is like. God is happy in there.
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  • May 5, 2017
    Was a venerable Shinto shrine right feels sacred. Together around the East Mitarai's water supply will be good exercise (^ ω ^) found under the Torii gate of takaamahara yotsuba clover was lucky
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  • May 19, 2017
    Mystery tree in recent years? It is a shrine located in rising sun was dazzling. Nokyo-sho!
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  • May 6, 2017
    Guests can enjoy a stroll and a little walk from the main building, old main, East water Palace and. At spring in East the water temple, was very soft and tasty water.
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  • September 21, 2016
    Japan we hate the earth so important is the place for. Feelings rather than to ask something, thank you, thank you feelings, I want to visit. Dog (toy poodle) I was coming I took. But I don't want wandering removed in lead. If not, bring to at least hug and want somehow. The moral doubt.
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