Kitano Tenmangu 北野天満宮

Ward off bad luck

A cow, examinations successfully completed and a thousand-year-old curse... these seemingly dissimilar elements come together under the aegis of Sugawara no Michizane (845-903), in honor of whom the Kitano Tenmangu Sanctuary in Kyoto was founded.


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Demachiyanagi, Kyoto

  • 51m²
  • 3 travelers
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Gion, Kyoto

  • 31m²
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Gion, Kyoto

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Gion, Kyoto

  • 20m²
  • 2 travelers
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Demachiyanagi, Kyoto

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  • 4 travelers
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