Published March 6, 2008 by lunalunaz

Today I went to Kitanotenmangu to take a pictures of prune blossoms.
It is basically a shrine famous for its scholastic power…
Here is the website.

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2 comments on “Kitanotenmangu

  • Oh, thank you for the english site!Do many mothers still go there for their children, or it is now just a historical site people like to visit? It must be very nice to live so close to something even Imperial icons used to visit in the past.

  • Oh yes many mothers still go there.Last summer a friend of mine came from northern part of Japan for sightseeing and she wanted to go there.She bought some good luck charms for her sons!

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