Ikuta Shrine 生田神社

  • Published on : 08/01/2015
  • by : K.P.
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The origin of Kobe

This is one of the oldest shrines in Japan, it is around 18 centuries old. Sometimes the entrance of the Ikuta Shrine is filled with advertisements for local crafts. Don't be deceived, this is a demonstration of the importance of the temple to the city.

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