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Serene history.

This shrine recognizes a man and a family who were extremely important in the history of Yamanshi... read more

Reviewed March 4, 2017
ArlettaC
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Fairfield, California
Tranquility in Takeda's Shrine

This is not a popular tourist site, that only very few people were there. It was so quiet and... read more

Reviewed March 30, 2016
edmundduck
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Hong Kong, China
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Mar 4, 2017
“Serene history.”
Mar 30, 2016
“Tranquility in Takeda's Shrine”
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Kamiyamamachi Kitamiyaji, Nirasaki 407-0042, Yamanashi Prefecture
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Reviewed March 4, 2017

This shrine recognizes a man and a family who were extremely important in the history of Yamanshi Prefecture. It doesn't have many visitors on a daily basis, so the grounds are quiet and serene. The setting is lovely, on the slopes and in the trees.

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Reviewed March 30, 2016

This is not a popular tourist site, that only very few people were there. It was so quiet and peaceful around. Besides enjoying the tranquility, there's a stele with inscription of the prayer from Takeda Katsuyori's (武田勝頼) wife. FYI Takeda Katsuyori was the 4th son...More

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Reviewed December 29, 2015

Takeda Hachimangu Shrine had been a guardian shrine for Takeda lineage that was very powerful Sengoku warriors in 15th and 16th centuries. It seems that Takeda lineage had been at the area since 9th century with the shrine. The site of this old shrine is...More

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