This is a very old shrine around 200 years in fact. The gardens are beautiful and so lovely to walk through. It is a buddhist shrine and while there we were asked to enter the shrine. Once inside a Priest came out and explained that a Kagura Dance was to be performed. The performer came out in a very ornate mask and costume and performed the ceremonial dance. The priest explained the movements and it was well worth seeing.
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