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Kotari Shrine, Nagaokakyo

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#7 of 17 in Historic Sites in Nagaokakyo
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • Kotari Shrine is located on the way from JR Nagaokakyo station to Shoryuji Castle. Mentioned in Engishiki old document, it is a very old shrine, which is dedicated to Prince Toneri. There is a remain....  more »
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  • It's probably an obfusmis. "Kotori". JR Nagaokakyo Station used to be a railway station. In the story I read when I was a child, Emperor Tsujimu dreamed of God. But for some reason, I can only see my feet. I think that it became a place name called God's foot there. However, there are various theories about the creation and the deity, and it is elusive. Nagaokakyo City has been established, and the remains of the empty moat of Katsuryuji Castle are historic sites, and lawns are landed. The north side of the company became a ground, too. It used to be a company covered with dense bamboo shoots. I was happy that the double cherry blossoms next to torii were in full bloom.
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  • It is a very splendid shrine. But I don't like Shiba Inu-san.
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