Ofuji went to Fukagawa Shrine in Seto City, Aichi Prefecture

Hello! My name is “Ofuji”, the youngest child of “Komachi musume”(* ^^ *) The first one to introduce is Fukagawa Shrine located in Seto City, Aichi Prefecture! Seto City is a city of “Setomono”. It seems that Seto in “Setomono” is coming from this Seto city. It is Fukagawa Shrine that symbolizes it exactly.   Founder of Seto-yaki, Futoshiro (Kato Kagemasa) who went to China in the Kamakura period, learned the technique of pottery and reported it to Seto visited Fukagawa Shrine. Fujisiro is enshrined in the adjacent “Suehiko Shrine”. And Fukagawa Shrine has a “Ryokan”(Japanese-style hotel )in the precincts! Actually, I also stayed there, but I did not think there was a […]

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Oryou went to Numazu’s Hie Shrine

Hello! I’m Oryou,the second daughter of komachi-musume.   Since I came to Shizuoka prefecture, following the Mishima Taisha shrine yesterday, I have been to Numazu’s Hie Shrine – !!   I am visiting at 8:00 in the morning ~ It is good to visit the shrine in the morning, it seems to be a good day to feel dignity! This shrine is a shrine that has been popular as “Mr. Sanno” since the Heian era, it seems to have been exaggerated as a god of total compassion by 22 near villages until the Meiji era.   Several people are doing sweeping and the feeling that this shrine is loved by […]

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Oryou went to Kokuwakura Shrine in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture

Hello everyone! I’m Oryo, the second daughter of “Komachi Musume sisters”.   This time the cool came this time, Kokuwakura Shrine  in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture! About 15 minutes on foot from Iwaki station. Go up the staircase colored with red spot that dropped by dampness and go through the torii to the precincts ~ The rusty green roof of the Buddha’s copper gets wet more by the rain It is more beautiful ~ Entranced ♪     By the way, this shrine  was written as God of  clothing, eating and living.     Clothing, eating and living? Is it? God of. What do you mean? Is it? Actually, it […]

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Oryou went to Shizuoka’s Mishima Taisha Shrine

Hello everyone! I’m Oryo, the second daughter of “Komachi Musume sisters”. I was invited to a warm-hearted and merry manner, and I came to Shizuoka’s “Mishima Taisha” listed in one of the Japanese name companies.             Mishima Shrine is a shrine revered by Yoritomo Mori. Harris, who is known for visiting Japan in the late Edo period and being known for signing the Japan – US Cooperation Agreement on Trade, also has a record of visiting this shrine, a shrine deeply involved with historical figures. Although you can go from the front of Mishima station by the circulation bus “Seseragi”, you can only walk from […]

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