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Iwaya Shirne, Akashi

#7 of 13 in Historic Sites in Akashi
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • The old Shinto torii of stone pillar. This shrine reflects the historical history of Izagi and Izanami from Awaji Island. Not big, but with a nationally eminent history. It is famous for the Shinto ship ritual to tell it now.
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  • It is esteemed as the birth Earth god of Akashi Lord, and it becomes it from Awaji Island Iwaya by the Judong June, and the ancient shrine of the East, and the Lord voluntarily visits the emperor in the Empress ten years (143 years) when the Red Seal was received. The company territory of the twelve stone is deprived. It was promoted to the prefecture company in July 12, the row to the Gosha company in Meiji seven years. The word Dainichi of dribbling Amaterasu of the life of the enshrined Zang, the life of the word Iizanagi Book of the Life Emergency of the word of the death of the death
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