This shrine complex is very expansive, and tucked into the mountains, so is a nice place to walk around....there is even a stream running through the grounds. We went on New Year's Day, and it was PACKED with visitors, but extremely festive with food and gift stalls set up along the paths. The shrine itself is very photogenic, as is a 1000 year old tree planted in front of it. Definitely one of the more beautiful shrines we have visited in Shikoku.
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