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神社着物

culture.

Introducing cultural spots in the Enshu area of Shizuoka prefecture.

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八穂神社

yaho shrine

The place where Takayoshi Sekiguchi, the former Tokugawa Bakushin, lived from the 3rd to the 4th year of the Meiji era is the site of the Inoue Shimanokami mansion in Tsukioka, Kikugawa City. Yaho Shrine is located on a small hill that rises behind the ruins of the mansion.

8-2-3-3 Tsukioka, Kikugawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture

黒田家代官屋敷

kurodake daikan yashiki

This mansion was built by the Kuroda-ke, who became the representative of Hatamoto Honda during the Edo period. The main building and nagayamon are designated as important cultural properties.

862-1 Shimohirakawa, Kikugawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture

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應聲教院(応声教院)

oushoukyouin temple

It is said that Honen Shonin changed his name to Oushou kyouin in memory of his teacher, Koen Ajyari. It is said that Koen Ajyari has settled in Sakuragaike as a dragon, and is called Sakuragaike Okunoin. The mountain gate was relocated from Hodaiin in Shizuoka City and is a nationally designated important cultural property.

Oushou kyouin

https://www.city.kikugawa.shizuoka.jp/shoukoukankou/oukoekyouin.html

915 Nakauchida, Kikugawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture

池宮神社 桜ヶ池

ikemiya shrine sakuragaike

There is a legend that Koen Ajyari sank to the bottom of Sakuragaike and became a dragon god at the end of the Heian period, and it is one of the seven wonders of Enshu. In addition, Takayoshi Sekiguchi's father, Takayoshi Sekiguchi, is from Ikemiya Shrine. Inside the hall of worship, the flat frame of Ikemiya Shrine by Tokugawa Yoshinobu is listed.

Ikemiya Shrine

https://www.city.omaezaki.shizuoka.jp/soshiki/shokokanko/kankospot/ikemiyajinjya.html

5162 Sakura, Omaezaki City, Shizuoka Prefecture

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