May 7, 2014

Some buildings

 The sign on the telephone pole is for a public bath that is behind the 100 yen shop. The kanji, Chinese character, in the red area at the top is yu and it means hot water. The writing in the white area indicates the hours when it is open and the letter P and the arrow in the blue area point the way to the parking lot.
 This log cabin is on the grounds of an elementary school and, according to my map, it is a clubhouse.
My next goal was another Hachimangu, but before entering the grounds I decided to look at the small Buddhist altar directly across the street from the shrine's torii.

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