Oki Shrine

Oki Shrine, Ama-cho


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punktio
Oulu, Finland17 contributions
Good place to spot fireflies!
Jun 2017 • Couples
Regular shrine, nothing really special at daytime but go there at night in the firefly season and prepare to be amazed!
Written June 27, 2017
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Suzanne B
50 contributions
a piece of calm
Jul 2015
One of the oldest shrines on the Oki Islands and certainly one of the least crowded shrines you'll ever find in Japan!
Written September 26, 2015
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nicolajones08
Beppu, Japan181 contributions
Large famous shrine!
Sep 2013 • Solo
If you like shrines, then visit Oki Shrine. It is a large buidling, with many nice garden areas. This was built to commemorate the 700th anniversary of Emperor Gotoba's death. Gotoba was exiled to the Oki Islands in the 13th century and spent 19 years here before his death. Gotoba's tombsite is next to Oki Shrine. In the spring you can enjoy cherry blossoms - a popular place for a picnic!
Written January 19, 2014
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nicolajones08
Beppu, Japan181 contributions
Big shrine in Ama Town
Aug 2012 • Family
I visited here in the summer with some friends. It is a big shrine, with a tomb nearby (where a famous Emperor of Japan - Emperor Gotoba - is buried).
Written January 24, 2013
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