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Minume Shrine, Kobe

#50 of 113 in Historic Sites in Kobe
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Religious Site
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  • It is one of the oldest shrines in Kobe, and in its relatively large precinct there is some spiritual ambience. The main building is on the top of a hill, and so you have to climb stairs. In the old.....  more »
  • In legendary times, Okinagatarashi, a legendary empress, was said to have made a military expedition to Silla in the Korean Peninsula. A historical record of the Three Kingdoms of Korea (Goguryeo...  more »
  • In the WenShui road shrine enshrined: Nest respects, the Edo period was called the "Emperor of the cattle head". The original enshrined was the Minume God (the beautiful man and Toshiuma God). It is enshrined in the water Shrine of the precincts company, and minume God and the same God are seen. Yamato era (8th century) This hill was a cove suitable for the port on the east side in the cape which poked into the sea. It is the last port which can look away Yamato in the first lodging port when going by ship to the West Country through Osaka, and it is a ground which is often written Manyoshu.
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  • 753 It was a few people, but it was good because it did one thing neatly
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