Sakamoto Hachiman Shrine, Dazaifu

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  • The new era “Reiwa” is associated with this shrine. So, this small shrine was very crowded as I visited. Otomono Tabito, a poet in Nara Epoch, held a party in his house, from which a poem containing.....  more »
  • I went to see the shrine of the topic once. Oh, no wonder? Is there no God? You're gone? I don't feel like I'm away by chance. I didn't feel the divine spirit or any trace of it. I don't feel it at all when I go right behind the company closest to God. A temple rather than a shrine? If you write something like this, you'll be angry at it because it seems to destroy your dreams (laughs)... But it's true, and I wrote it because I can't write a lie. However, it is sure to have been a big fever in the Reiwa. We all know that it is a good place to be lucky. So I made it to five stars. It might be better to think of it as an auspicious historical site rather than a shrine.
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  • First of all, Mondays and Thursdays are closed at the office. You can't get a seal. Please be careful. New era name, the song that has been compiled in Manyoshu, which became the origin of the Reiwa, "In the month of the early spring, the airiness is softened, the plums show the powder in front of the mirror, and Ran is the incense of the sardines." It is a shrine with a good relationship. Reiwa Although it is a small shrine, it is crowded with a lot of worshippers immediately after the announcement. In the precincts, the Letters of the "Reiwa Tsubaki" that Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan used in his presentation were written by the Cabinet Office There is also a stone monument with an inscription by Shumi Mosumi. Please take a look at the back of the stone monument. The seal is about 500 yen as Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. It's 500 yen for feeling sway over there, but this Sakamoto Hachimangu shrine is 500 yen. There is also a day when you can write directly in the writing type and other gosho seal book ...
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