Kashimori Shrine

Kashimori Shrine, Gifu

Kashimori Shrine
3.5
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Kimitaka S
Taichung, Taiwan11,340 contributions
Aug 2020 • Solo
It is not far from Yanagase shopping area. It is said that Kashimori Shrine is the birthplace of Rakuichi Rakuza, free market policy that was introduced by Oda Nobunaga. In the precinct, there is also a shrine, which is dedicated to Nobunaga. If you are interested in history, it is worth visiting.
Written August 7, 2020
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Thomas C
Nagoya, Japan97 contributions
May 2018
I love Kashimori Shrine. The location is unique and stunning. Most of it lies right on the edge of a beautiful, peaceful forest that stretches up a mountain. The front part of the shrine lies in a quiet Gifu City neighborhood with a fascinating, traditional atmosphere. Another "unique" feature of Kashimori are two small stone alcoves carved into a rock face in the mountain. The traditional features one expects to find in a Japanese shrine are all present at Kashimori. There are sacred gates (tori), stone lanterns, a water basin and a bell. The shrine was brilliantly designed to create a special atmosphere. A walk through it in early afternoon carries you through a landscape that alternates between bright sunlight and deep shadow. This creates an atmosphere that is soothing, deeply spiritual and mysterious. One gets the feeling that the shrine creates spiritual harmony between the forest, and people who live just outside it.
Written May 5, 2018
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Dayne_1968
Gifu, Japan100 contributions
Jan 2017
just a stone throw away from our apartment.. my son loves to run up and down the stairs.. great for HIGH energy kids to "wear em out" ..now back on topic... this i where the local bars/club owner pay donations for good business and success, We've been coming here each year.... yet to see any riches !! hmmmm !
Written February 22, 2017
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