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Oki Shrine


情報登録日:2014/05/02
情報更新日:2014/06/02

This shrine was built in 1939 to enshrine former Emperor Go-Toba in commemoration of the 700th anniversary of his death. The emperor was exiled to the Oki Islands in 1221, and lived here until his death several years later. The main hall of Oki Shrine features a unique architectural style called Oki-zukuri. Famous cherry blossom trees lining both sides of the approach to the shrine can be found within its 56,000m2 grounds.




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