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Suzu 鈴 (Shinto Shrine Bell) -  Bells are Rung to Announce the Ringer's Presence or to "Awaken" the Kami (Gods).

Antique Japanese Shinto Shrine Bell – Jinja no Dou Suzu

Suzu 鈴 (Shinto Shrine Bell) - Bells are Rung to Announce the Ringer's Presence or to "Awaken" the Kami (Gods).

Japanese stone lantern. I want one of these for my yard but I don't want to pay an arm and a leg for it. Any ideas?

明日へ (ashitahe) or 明日に向かって (ashitanimukatte) Toward tomorrow

Koke - Moss. Inari Shrines

個別「苔葺屋根」の写真、画像 - 0906鎌倉 - 水たまり

Hie-Jinja is a Shinto shrine that was established in the 14th century. In 1478, Ota Dokan constructed Edo Castle where the Imperial Palace is presently located. Ota Doka also established Sanno-Hie Shrine in the castle. In 1607, the shrine was moved outside of Edo Castle which allowed the citizens of Edo (now Tokyo) to visit and worship there.

Hie-Jinja is a Shinto shrine that was established in the 14th century. In 1478, Ota Dokan constructed Edo Castle where the Imperial Palace is presently located. Ota Doka also established Sanno-Hie Shrine in the castle. In 1607, the shrine was moved outside of Edo Castle which allowed the citizens of Edo (now Tokyo) to visit and worship there.

Atago Jinja is a small Shinto shrine founded in 1603 by order of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. It is located on top of Atago-yama Hill and is 26 meters or 85 feet high above sea level.

Atago Jinja is a small Shinto shrine founded in 1603 by order of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. It is located on top of Atago-yama Hill and is 26 meters or 85 feet high above sea level.

武雄の大楠・御神木、武雄神社、武雄 Sacred Giant Camphor Tree, Takeo Shrine, Takeo

武雄の大楠・御神木、武雄神社、武雄 Sacred Giant Camphor Tree, Takeo Shrine, Takeo

Setagaya Hachimangu is a Shinto shrine that was built in 1546 during the Muromachi Period of Japan.

Setagaya Hachimangu is a Shinto shrine that was built in 1546 during the Muromachi Period of Japan.

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