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This wooden carving Aoi Shrine has over 1200 years history. The 5 structures has been recognized National Treasures in 2008; The gate, Mail hall, Corridor, Offering hall and Oratory. There are various carving in each corner which represent human emotions, anger, sadness, pleasure.
Aso Shrine was founded in 806 AD. The present shrine was constructed in early Edo period 1609-1613, regarded as protector of the land in Kuma district. This shrine had a distinctive architecture in Momoyama style, coated in black with steep thatched roof and decorated with...More
Not everyone will be jet-lagged, waking up at 2:00 or 3:00 and ready to go. My first day I did just this, went to the onsen, and while I was soaking heard a rooster. Well, we were out in the country I guess, but this...More