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Remi wrote a review Nov 2019
England2,314 contributions141 helpful votes
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A very quiet well maintained shrine hidden in the neighbourhood. Shiba Daijingu shrine dates back to the year 1005.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Yan C wrote a review Feb 2019
Hong Kong, China794 contributions218 helpful votes
A medium size shrine hidden in a quiet spot of Daimon area, off the main road. The temple building looks quite old. It sits at the top of a low hill. Worshippers have to climb a flight of steps to reach the temple. There are many such small to medium size shrines scattered all over the city of Tokyo. “Shrine” is the national religion of Japan. No harm coming in to watch where and how the locals pay their respects.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Jack F wrote a review Jun 2015
Bandung, Indonesia827 contributions264 helpful votes
Apart from being a place of worship for the Japanese, this place has a lot of high significance for the country of Japan. Considering this place has a long history, ie since the year 1005! Civilization and culture course very influential over time, and some can be seen from the existence of this temple.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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