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Japanese Temple Wood Plaque Horse Ema Omiwa Jinja Shrine

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Japanese Temple Wood Plaque - Horse - Ema - Omiwa Jinja Shrine known as Miwa Shrine - 1966 - E3-99

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Heian Shrine at night, Kyoto. The Shrine is ranked as a Beppyou Jinja by the Association of Shinto Shrines.

A Shinto priest conducts a ceremony at Hirano Shrine in the Kitano district of Kyoto,

Fox (Kitsune) at Inari Shrine inside Tsurugaoka Hachiman (Kamakura)

Musashi-Mitake-jinja

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Shinto shrine

Meiji Jingu (明治神宮), Tokyo, Japan. A Shinto Shrine.

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Layout Shinto Temple Reference

Miwa Torii Gate. Shiramine-gu (Shinto Shrine). Also the Entrance for

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Kifune-jinja in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto (pictured above) is the headquarters for around 500 other Kifune shrines located across the country.

Sumiyoshi Taisha's Funatama Jinja

The Izumo Grand Shrine is the second-most important Shinto shrine in Japan after the

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Torii Gates Kyoto

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Many people's wishes, Itsukushima Shrine Japan. Ema is a wooden panel. Peoples write

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Crowds descend on Miwa Jinja shrine one of the oldest Shinto sites in Japan Nara Prefecture

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Tosa Shrine in Osaka. Fresh, bright brass giboshi protected under the eaves of the roof.

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Omiwa haiden (behind which is the three-legged torii)

Layout Shinto Temple Reference

Komyo-ji temple ~ Photo by ~ Kyoto, Japan ~ Miks' Pics "Japan" board

Futurasan-jinja Shrine in Nikki

Shinto shrine Tsurugaoka Hachimangu 鶴岡八幡宮 in Kamakura, Japan

Layout Shinto Temple Reference

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Omiwa Shrine entrance

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This year was the first time I've see the back entrance of the honden opened to the public – for a fee of course.

Another shot of the yosegi design.

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View of the lattice work on the oldest shrine building in Japan

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Kasuga-zukuri - Fushimi Inari Taisha's honden

Myougi Jinja(a Shinto shrine).

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Chigi (architecture) - Image: Nishioka Hachimangu Shrine

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Karamon - Yōmeimon, a karayotsuashimon at Nikkō Tōshō-gū

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Todai-ji was conceived as the centre of Emperor Shomu's universe

Sandō - The sandō at Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto

But wait a minute! This notice says the fortune slip is the voice of the kami and should be carefully preserved for a year. How odd!

Isonokami Shrine - Gate to the Isonokami Shrine