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Shimogamo-Jinja

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Kozo
Kozo
February 20, 2018
Shimogamo Shrine, officially known as "Kamo-mioya-jinja", is recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of the oldest shrines in Kyoto, it is famouss for one of the three largest festivals, the “Aoi Festival”. In recent years, more and more foreigners get married at Shimogamo Shrine.
Yuuka
Yuuka
June 6, 2017
Shimogamo shrine. It is one of famous shrine in Kyoto. There are 55 buildings of national treasures and heavy sentences in our Shinto area / historic site "Mori no Mori". It gives you longevity, marriage and safe delivery.
Jun
Jun
April 7, 2019
Kamigamo Shrine's sister shrine. Despite being in the city,there are ancient virgin forests and clear streams.
Ryo
Ryo
October 20, 2015
Shimogamo Jinja consists of 55 shrine buidlings and a big forest called Tadasu-no-mori. It is one of the oldest shrine in Kyoto, and a registered world cultural heritage site. be filled mysticair
Yoshida
Yoshida
February 22, 2019
This shrine is registered as a World cultural heritage. Tadasu no mori forest is so great and the shrine is so solemn. I recommend you to go there early in the morning. If you do so, you will be relaxed.
Kaori
Kaori
March 31, 2018
毎年5月3日に下鴨神社で行われる。葵祭(5月15日)の前の儀式として最初に行われる古式神事。武官の伝統衣装を着た射手が馬を走らせながら3ヵ所の菱形の的を矢継ぎ早に矢で射ることで清める行事。 It is held at Shimogamo Shrine on May 3 every year. The ancient priest which is first performed as a ceremony before the Aoi festival (May 15). It is an event that purify the spirit a shooter wearing a…
Taketo
Taketo
December 19, 2019
The shrine from ancient time. Older than this city. It holds rare primitive woods ward. The wedding ceremony of my sister was held here : ) best place to wed.

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Ubicación
Shimogamo Izumigawachō, Kyōto-fu 606-0807
左京区
Teléfono+81 75-781-0010