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The history of the shrine can be traced back to the twelfth century when the local feudal lord invited the three sacred shrines of Kumano to this site. Upon approaching the shrine from the main torii gate I was amazed at the resemblance of its...More
One of the most beautiful shrines in Japan, but not well known. The worship hall is unique as it has no walls, only pillars. The only time it's crowded is in the fall when the grounds are covered in a thick blanket of beautiful golden...More
I have been here many times but not in the last 10 years; yet it is still close to my heart. I love it because it is relatively unknown to the annoying tourist masses therefore peaceful. On its own scale it a grand and takes...More