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Great view from behind the shrine - Its gimmick is you wearing a lid on your head for several steps

The shrine seems very new and looks nice. When we arrived relatively early in the morning there was... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Ron T
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Enschede, The Netherlands
A rice cooker pot cover shrine

You can see Kaimon mountain from there. You can also see 3 islands far away (Takeshima, Iojima and... read more

Reviewed December 26, 2016
Keizo
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Kawasaki, Japan
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4 weeks ago
“Great view from behind the shrine - Its gimmick is you wearing a lid on your head for several steps”
Dec 26, 2016
“A rice cooker pot cover shrine”
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The shrine seems very new and looks nice. When we arrived relatively early in the morning there was nobody there - which I would highly recommend! Not long into our visit a bus of Chinese tourists showed up and the serenity this place has is...More

Thank Ron T
Reviewed December 26, 2016

You can see Kaimon mountain from there. You can also see 3 islands far away (Takeshima, Iojima and Kuroshima) The Iojima is different from the place where USA and Japan fought during 2nd World War. If you put a cover of rice cooker pot available...More

Thank Keizo
Reviewed October 23, 2016

This shrine is small, but very unique seashore one in Japan. As for seashore shrine, the best one is, of course, Itsukushima Shrine in Hiroshima pref. Kama-Futa means pan-lid shrine. It is very interesting to pray at this shrine. You can find pad-lid around the...More

Thank pooky503is
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