Nov 14, 2014

Sakuta Jinja

 Sakuta Jinja sits beside the river in the narrowest part of the valley that opens into the large flat area. The river is not the right and the hills on either side are only a couple of hundred meters apart. Although it does not mention the name of the shrine, the earliest Japanese history book mentions the river, Sakutaunade, and says that there is a place here to pray to the gods.
Here at the foot of the torii, people have left many small stones as offerings.

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