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Monet Shrine, Gifu.

Monet Shrine Nemichi Shrine Gifu

Monet Shrine (Nemichi Shrine) Gifu 根道神社 Nemichi Shrine, best known as Monet Shrine, is located in the depths of Gifu Prefecture in central Japan. The shrine has become a tourist
Japan museum.

Kabutocho and Kayabacho Machikado Museum

Kabutocho and Kayabacho Machikado Museum 兜町・茅場町まちかど展示館 Kabutocho is where the Tokyo Stock Exchange is, and this area, along with the adjacent Kayabacho district, in Tokyo’s Chuo ward, has been a
Japanese Shinto shrine.

Asakusabashi Suga Shrine Festival

Asakusabashi Suga Shrine Festival 浅草橋須賀神社 例大祭 Suga Shrine is an ancient shrine in Asakusabashi, Taito ward, Tokyo, and is said to have been founded in 600 A.D.. Suga Shrine is a
Japanese festival

Sanja Matsuri 2016 Asakusa Tokyo

Sanja Matsuri 2016 Asakusa Tokyo 三社祭2016年 Today was the second day of the massive, annual, 3-day Sanja Matsuri festival in Asakusa, Tokyo. Shrine bearers giving it their all at the
Japanese Shinto shrine.

Hachioji Temple Komainu

Hachioji Temple Komainu 八王子神社, 瑞浪市 Hachioji Shrine in the middle of nowhere in Mizunami in Gifu Prefecture claims to have the largest komainu statues in Japan, confirmed by the Guinness
Akachichi Shirochichi Shrine, Nara

Akachichi Shirochichi Shrine

Akachichi Shirochichi Shrine 赤乳神社白乳神社遥拝所 Akachichi Shirochichi Shrine, like the adjacent Meoto Daikokusha is a sub-shrine of Kasuga Taisha (Kasuga Grand Shrine) in Nara. Located in a cedar wood to the
Uesugi Shrine & Uesugi Kenshin Yonezawa.

Uesugi Shrine & Uesugi Kenshin Yonezawa

Uesugi Shrine & Uesugi Kenshin Yonezawa 上杉神社 Yonezawa is located in the southernmost part of Yamagata Prefecture in the Tohoku region of Japan. What makes Yonezawa notable (besides being the