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Matsunoo-Taisha Shrine

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Hatsumi
Hatsumi
May 06, 2017
Beautiful garden here.
Koji
Koji
March 03, 2017
MATSUO TAISHA SHRINE (Open 5:00 - 18:00, free admission, special garden - 500 yen) A famous shrine built in 701 and is known for its connections with Sake. There is a sacred well known as Kame no I located in the shrine, where sake brewers used to take water to brew their sake.
Yuki
Yuki
September 12, 2016
Founded in 701, this shrine is one of Japan's oldest shrines. It enshrines the deity of water, which sake-brewing families have worshipped since the Muromachi Period
Shinnie
Shinnie
February 25, 2016
Founded in 701, Matsuo-taisha is one of Japan's oldest shrines. It enshrines the deity of water, which sake-brewing families have worshiped since the Muromachi Period (1336 to 1573).
Nori&Shin
Nori&Shin
April 01, 2015
One of the famous Shrine in Japan.

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Staðsetning
Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto Prefecture 616-0024
Sími075-871-5016