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Address: Hiyoshi, Kiso-gun, Kiso-machi 399-6101, Nagano Prefecture
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a historical spot in the midst of fields, mainteined over 800 years

It is a tiny shrine located in the midst of fields in the valley apart from the main load and the village. We can hardly imagine this is the spot where the one of the most brave... read more

3 of 5 bubblesReviewed 13 November 2012
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kawa,Japan
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 November 2012

It is a tiny shrine located in the midst of fields in the valley apart from the main load and the village. We can hardly imagine this is the spot where the one of the most brave general in Japanese history call up the soldiers and proclaimed the commencement of the march towards the capital Kyoto which changed the history... More 

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