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Niukanshofu Shrine, Kudoyama-cho

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Religious Site · Tourist Spot
Niukanshōfu Shrine or Niukanshōbu Shrine (丹生官省符神社, Niukanshōfu-jinja, Niukanshōbu-jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Ito district, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan.

In 2004, it was designated as part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the name Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range.

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  • I attended the Sanada Festival and happened to be in the area of the information center. This old temple is a short walk from the information center. The stairs are adjoining the Jison-in Temple...  more »
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  • It takes about 7 hours on foot on the gentle path from Niukan Shobu Jinja to Koyasan. The shrine is small but beautiful. Noted on wonder-tips.
  • Starting from the town's trip to paved path is first of all here praying. There is a guide to koya-San Daishi Shiro and Kuro's dog Hunter (Takano son Okami). Shiro and Kuro's dog's name? Whether true or not, the early black and white will be settled, and...
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