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Yasaka Jinja is dedicated to the Shinto deities 'Susano-o-no-Mikoto' and his consort 'Inadahime-no-Mikoto', gods of health and prosperity.

Wakasahiko Shrine (若狭彦神社, Wakasahiko jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in

Sumiyoshi Taisha's Funatama Jinja

Ōmiwa Shrine - Hall of worship

Honden of Tamagawa Tsutsukowake-jinja shrine

Kamosu Jinja's honden

There is another old shrine which was located on the power spot. The Kawai Jinja is now found near the southern end of the shrine grounds.

Wakasahiko Shrine (若狭彦神社, Wakasahiko jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. | Japán | Pinterest

Togo Jinja

Wakasahiko Shrine (若狭彦神社, Wakasahiko jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. | Japán | Pinterest

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Wakasahiko Shrine (若狭彦神社, Wakasahiko jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. | Japán | Pinterest

Mikami Jinja rōmon, 1275-1332, Yasu · Shiga

Most common styles[edit]

Wakasahiko Shrine (若狭彦神社, Wakasahiko jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. | Japán | Pinterest

Not considered by authorities as one of Tokyo's top shrines for reasons unbeknownst to us, the Togo Shrine has the unique happenstance of having a ...

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Terukuni jinja

Ōmiwa Shrine - Second torii leading to the inner sanctuary

A giant Torii gate and a vermilion colored wooden gate mark the entrance to the shrine.

... Jinja. Kobe

Kibitsu-zukuri[edit]

An astounding shrine full of history in central Kobe

Kamigamo Shrine - Image: Kamo wakeikazuchi jinja 03n 3200

Wakasahiko Shrine (若狭彦神社, Wakasahiko jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. | Japán | Pinterest

Saruka Jinja

Dating back to the year 1895, the Heian shrine was built to commemorate the 1100th anniversary of the capital's foundation in Tokyo.

Mikami Jinja 御髪神社 京都府京都市右京区嵯峨小倉山田渕山町10-2 Kyoto

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... there was at the Yasaka Jinja shrine. This Shinto shrine was once known as Gion Shrine. The vermillion coloured wooden entrance is an impressive sight.

Shimogamo Shrine - Image: Shimogamo Jinja Mitarasi sha 2

Ōmiwa Shrine - Hibara Shrine, the most important sessha of Ōmiwa Shrine dedicated to young

Goryo Jinja Autumn Festival (Osaka) – October 16th – 17th

Hiroshima is home to two World Heritage sites: Itsukushima Shrine (厳島神社・Itsukushima Jinja) and the A-Bomb Dome at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.

Kiyomizudera photo gallery

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Kono Jinja a very popular shrine where tour buses bring loads of visitors as well as worshippers.

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Gateway into the world of Onmyodo – the torii entrance of Seimei Jinja with its lantern pentagram speaking to the five elements on which the Onmyo thinking ...

Some shrines don't use a kadomatsu, however. The Ikuta-jinja in Kobe creates a tree-like facsimile using 2,000 cryptomeria branches, a talisman the shrine ...

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Religion in Japan - Takabe-jinja in Minamibōsō, Chiba. It's an example of

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34°53′31″N 135°48′41″E / 34.89197576°N 135.81130699°E / 34.89197576; 135.81130699 (Ujigami Jinja Haiden) ...

... Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine – The Most Important Shrine in Kyoto ...

Wakasahiko Shrine (若狭彦神社, Wakasahiko jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in Obama, Fukui Prefecture, Japan. | Japán | Pinterest

Shimogamo Shrine. Shimogamo Shrine (下鴨神社 Shimogamo-jinja) ...

Katori Jingu

Hanazono Jinja Shrine

Matsunoo-taisha - Image: Matsuo Taisha front gate

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34°17′45″N 132°19′12″E / 34.29589023°N 132.31998288°E / 34.29589023; 132.31998288 (Itsukushima Jinja Heiden and Haiden) ...

Togo Jinja. Essential Exploring. After their deaths, Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken were enshrined by the people of Japan to commemorate their virtues.

34°19′29″N 133°55′00″E / 34.32483935°N 133.91676071°E / 34.32483935; 133.91676071 (Kandani Jinja Honden) ...

Kamigamo Jinja

Atsuta Shrine, Nagoya, Japan.

Nishinomiya - Nishinomiya Shrine

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Hirano-jinja Shrine

Tsushima – jinja Shrine is a Shinto shrine at the head of a national network of around 3,000 shrines dedicated to the deity Gozu-Tenno.

Kirishima-Jingu

hakone shrine | 箱根神社 Hakone-jinja, Hakone-machi, Kanagawa-ken

Shrine Maidens, HieJinja shrine, Nagata-cho.Tokyo city, Japan, Asia

34°17′45″N 132°19′12″E / 34.29589023°N 132.31998288°E / 34.29589023; 132.31998288 (Itsukushima Jinja Sessha Marōdo Jinja Haraedono) ...

Entrance to the dankazura -- Torii and lion dog guardians

Go'o Shrine, Kyoto.

Miko - Japan

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Ohmiwa Shrine

冬の雪の貴船神社

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Yahiko Shrine. Yahiko Shrine Yahiko jinja ...

Visit Senso-ji Temple and nearby Asakusa-jinja Shrine.

Shimono sui Jinja, Small shinto shrine located next to Zeniarai Benzaiten Ugafuku Jinja in Kamakura

Reisai (main festival) of Hie Jinja

... Awata-jinja Shrine In Kyoto. Big Red Torii of Heian Jingu Shrine In The Background

Hana-no-Iwaya-jinja Shrine

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Seoritsuhime's Inoue Sha and Tamayorihime's Kawai Jinja, at Shimogamo Jinja

inoshishi jinja

Wisteria at Kameidoten-jinja, Tokyo

The Shrine is ranked as a Beppyou Jinja by the Association of Shinto Shrines.

Sumiyoshi Shrine (Fukuoka). Torii at Sumiyoshi shrine entrance Sumiyoshi- jinja ...

kashima jingu shrine exterior

Therefore, the two Kamo shrines in Kyoto are the family shrines of the Kamo Takezumi clan, and their ancestor is sovereign Ninikine, grandson of Amateru.

Takura Ushigami Sha 田倉牛神社. Takura Shrine for the "Cattle Deity" Grand Festival January 5. Smaller festivals on May 5 and September 5.

Tamaki Shrine's five kami-sama: Kuni-no-tokotachi-no-mikoto

Sake barrels at Ikuta-jinja in Kobe, Japan - Stock Image

Jinja Honchō

Byōdō-in Temple