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Watatsumi Shrine, Kobe

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  • Umi Shrine is a large shrine that sits right right south of JR Tarumi Station. You can also see it from the platform of Tarumi station. I visited the shrine when I went to Tarumiin in February. This shrine has a history of several hundred years, and when Empress Jingu returned to Sanhan and the ship was hit by a storm off Tarumi, when the ship was hit by a storm, when the ship was hit by a storm, it was said that the wind and waves immediately subsided and were changed to the capital safely. It is a splendid shrine of the shrine. Inari Daijin of the last shrine in the precincts, The Lion Okami...
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  • It is a very venerable shrine. It is a ceremony company of Meishin University, and it is a government mint Nakasha. It is the same position as Ikuta Shrine, Nagata Shrine, and Itsukushima Shrine in Hiroshima. The place is near Tarumi Station, and parking is free of charge in the case of worship. In the old days, it seems that the beach was just ahead of the Hama-Otorii.
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  • Shikiuchisha Harima Kuniakashi-gun Kai Jinja Meijin Taisha  From Hyogo Prefectural Shrine Agency  The sea shrine which is the guardian deity of the sea safety, the occupation prosperity, and the relief is not able to advance the ship because of the return road rage of three Korea several hundred years ago from now, and the wind wave settled and it returned to the capital safely at once when the empress voluntarily enshrined Watazumi three gods and prayed.  It is the origin of the Zitza that Empress Kamigo looked up at the god virtue which enshrined Watatsu mi three gods at that time. It goes without saying that the sea is a place where all things grow up, not to mention being regarded as the god of the voyage safety and fishery prosperity recorded as "Meijin Taisha" of the country of Harima in 'Yanformat', and it is said as the god of the descendant prosperity and the child treasure, and the myth of The Sea food and Yamayukihiko who are looked up as the god of the birth.   Since It is said that Yama yukihiko prospered by the spiritual power of "Manju Senju" of The Great God of Cotton, it is said as the god of the luck and the relief. Because it was also known as "Clothesikoda Daimeijin", it is widely revered as a god of family business prosperity, business prosperity, and food and housing satisfaction, and the name can be seen in "Manyoshu" in the vicinity of Goshikizuka Kofun, Daitoyama ruins, Maiko kaikyo bridge
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  • The traffic safety sticker, Akashi Kaikyo Bridge Has been drawn. It is 500 yen.
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