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Japanese traditional costume “Yukata” photography course “Hairset & Point Makeup & Dressing & Photography”
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Speaking of Japanese summer, a yukata is a summer festival! You can take a commemorative photo with traditional Japanese yukata!<br>Hanahana offers a wide variety of kimonos, kimonos, yukatas, and more than 500 kimonos from 0 years old.<br>Experienced staff carefully dresses each person from a hair set and handles everything from photography to shooting. All plans are included from underwear, so you can visit us with confidence.
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Love the bright red color of this jingu. The design looks more bias to China style rather than Japan. Took the bus to come here because railway can't access to this place. Visited on June 2019.
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I visited this place because of the history behind it. It is without doubt a nice Shrine but I got sooo disappointed realizing that modern society has damaged the spirit of it. Big highways over the water just destroyed the view and the joy one could have at the beach from the
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Went in the morning but is already full of tourists, but I got my chance to pray and dont forget to visit the beach just a walk down the shrine.
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Established as a shinto shrine back in the late 18 century and it sit by the cliff. Like most the active shrine the are on-going ceremonial activities throughout the year.
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This Shinto shrine is on a bluff, overlooking the ocean. It is believed to bring good fortune to fishermen and sailors.
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