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Address: 1 Kasama, Kasama 309-1611, Ibaraki Prefecture
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笠間稲荷神社 [笠間] Kasama Inari Shrine (Kasama)

笠間稲荷神社The shrine to Inari at Kasama is one of the most important to the deity in Japan, after the famous shrine complex at Fushimi in Kyōto of course. The centre of Kasama used to... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2016
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Reviewed 21 April 2016

笠間稲荷神社The shrine to Inari at Kasama is one of the most important to the deity in Japan, after the famous shrine complex at Fushimi in Kyōto of course. The centre of Kasama used to be here, and the neighbourhood is still bustling around the shrine; the station is by comparison surrounded by farmland on the edge of town. The shrine’s... More 

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