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Suga Shrine, Asakura

#5 of 8 in Historic Sites in Asakura
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • It is a Shinto shrine near Asakura high school in Amagi. The precinct is big, but besides the main building there is nothing important. What is famous is a big camphor tree. It is said that this one.....  more »
  • Asakura City Power Spot I visit the shrine, and I visit it on the first day of every month! Reiwa 2 years, it is a shrine that has been around for 700 years. When I went there, there was a big big bowl, so it was a masterpiece🎵.
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  • Suga Shrine was originally called "Ooyama Gion Zenji" and was the last temple of the Jotenji Temple (Hakata Temple) of the Rinzai sect Tofukuji sect.  The shrine that enshrines the Gozu Tenno in the precincts has been performing a grand festival (Gion Festival) since ancient times, supported by the belief of one circle of sweet wood from the influence of Hakata. This is the predecessor of Suga Shrine. The main hall is sanma-style teptair-made and mulberry bark. The 700-year-old large-sized large-sized temple on the site is a splendid one! The commemorative photo here seems to have some benefit - please give me a lot of power!
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