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Address: 3620, Ajiki, Inba-gun, Sakae-machi 270-1516, Chiba Prefecture
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Seemingly featureless one of shinto shrines found in rural villages in Japan

Yet, by the time you come out of the premises, you would be wowed with the depth of Japanese faith. Apparently shintoism is somewhat similar to the way Native Americans worship... read more

Reviewed 9 May 2015
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Narita, Japan
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Reviewed 9 May 2015

Yet, by the time you come out of the premises, you would be wowed with the depth of Japanese faith. Apparently shintoism is somewhat similar to the way Native Americans worship the mother nature, however, throughout the course of history, it has developed into the indigenous style in Japan. Both cultures obviously share the same roots and values. You need... More 

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Reviewed 23 March 2015

There are two types of Shinto shrines in Japan; one is something to do with the Emperor's family, the other is somewhat spontaneous enshrinement of regional deities. While the former tend to attract ordinary tourists, the latter is considered just a spiritual center for locals, and not worth visiting. Owashi Shrine, aka Golden Eagle Shrine, is the latter, and i... More 

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