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10/12/2014

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Okayama Shrines 岡山県の神社

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. Oitsuki Jinja 追着神社 / 追付大明神 Oitsuki Daimyojin . - Nara

. Oiwa Jinja 御岩神社 . - Ibaraki
and - Kabire Jingu かびれ神宮 / 賀毘礼 Kabire Shrine

. Okusawa Jinja 奥澤神社 . Tokyo

Oni Jinja, Kijinja 鬼神社 "Demon Shrine" - Hirosaki, Aomori
弘前市鬼沢宇菖蒲沢 - Onigamisama(おにがみさま)旧郷社
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. Onoterusaki jinja 小野照崎神社 . Tokyo

. Oohirayama Konpira-In 大平山 金毘羅院 . Kompira san at Kurayoshi

. Ooji Jinja 王子神社 Oji shrine . Tokyo

. Ookuninushi no yashiro 大国主命の社 Okuninushi shrine . Katsuyama. Okayama

. Ookunitama Jinja 大国魂神社 Okunitama . Tokyo

. Oomiya Jinja 大宮神社 Omiya Jinja . Yamagata

. Oosaki Hachimangu 大崎八幡宮 Osaki Hachiman Shrine . Sendai, Miyagi

. Oosugi Jinja 大杉神社 Osugi Jinja - 五社様 . - Chiba

Oota Jinja 大田神社 Ota Jinja Kyoto
famous for kakitsubata iris in the swamp Otazawa 大田沢
With a waka by Fujiwara Shunzei 藤原俊成 (Toshinari)
source : kyoto.gp1st.com

. Oota Jinj,、Ōta Jinja 太田神社 Ota Jinja . - Tokyo - Kuroyami Tennyo 黒闇天女

. Ootaki Jinjya 大瀧神社 Otaki and Okata Jinja 岡太神社 . Fukui
for the deity of washi paper, Kawakami Gozen 川上御前

. Ootori Jinja 鷲神社 "eagle shrine . - Tokyo

. Ootoyo Jinja 大豊神社 Otoyo Jinja . - Kyoto


. Ooyamato Jinja 大和神社 Oyamato Jinja . Nara

. Ooyamatsumi jinja 大山祇神社 Oyamatsumi Jinja . Imabara, Ehime - Iyo Ichi no Miya 伊予国一の宮



oreimairi, orei-mairi お礼参り doing the pilgrimage showing gratitude
- source : www.kushima.com/henro


Orihime Jinja 織姫神社 Tochigi (栃木県足利市西宮町2459
http://www6.ocn.ne.jp/~ashiori/orihime.htm - Japanese
http://www.mustlovejapan.com/subject/orihime_shrine/ - English


. Oyama Jinja 尾山神社 . Kanazawa, Ishikawa - and Lord Maeda Toshiie 前田利家


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- - - - - - - - - - Buddhist Temples - - - - - - - - - -

. Okadera 岡寺観音 Kannon Temple / 継松寺 Keisho-Ji . - Mie

. Oki Kokubunji 隠岐国分寺 . Shimane

. Okitama, Futami Okitama Jinja 二見興玉神社 - Ise .

. Onsenji 温泉寺 Onsen-ji "Hot Spring Temple" . - Gero Onsen, Gifu


. Oojooji 往生寺 Temple Ojo-Ji .
Nagano

. Oogaji 応賀寺Oga-Ji . - Hamana 浜名, Shizuoka

. Ookuboji 大窪寺 Okubo-Ji . Shikoku Henro Temple Nr. 88

. Oomiwadera 大三輪寺 Omiwadera . and 大三輪神社 Omiwa Jinja. Sakurai, Nara


. Ooryuuji 黄竜寺 Oryu-Ji“Yellow Dragon Temple” .


. Osaki Jinja 御崎神社 - Hidaka Jinja 日高神社 . - Miyagi, Kesennuma

. Osshinji 乙津寺 Osshin-Ji . - Gifu, Mino no Kuni
Fudo and Kobo Daishi Pilgrims Temple - Umedera 梅寺 "Plum Blossom Temple"


. Otagi-Ji, Nenbutsuji 愛宕念仏寺 Otagi Nembutsu Ji . Kyoto


. Owari shi Kannon 尾張四観音 The Four Kannon Temples of Owari . Nagoya
荒子観音 Arako Kannon
甚目寺観音 Jimokuji Kannon
龍泉寺観音 Ryusenji Kannon
笠覆寺観音 Ryufukuji Kannon - ... 笠寺観音 Kasadera Kannon


. Ooyama Fudoo 大山の不動 Oyama Fudo Temple.
and Afuri Shrine at the top of Mt. Oyama, Kanagawa


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Some words in Japanese use a honorific O お / 御  - but are not listed here.
For example, Omikuji, O-mikuji is listed with the MMM entries.

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. okoraago 御子良子 Okorago shrine maiden .
- - - - - They live in special quarters (tachi 舘).


. okumiya 奥宮 "innermost shrine" Okumiya shrine, remote shrine, rear shrine, interior shrine .
- - - - - oku no miya 奥の宮 - okusha 奥社


. Omotesandoo Omotesandō 表参道 Omotesando main access road .


. onsha, misha, gosha 御社 "venerable shrine" - mi-yashiro, on-yashiro .


. oshi (onshi) 御師(おし/おんし) priest-guides of Oyama, Kanagawa .
- distributing haisatsu 配札 special amulets


. otabisho, o-tabisho 御旅所 / お旅所 resting point .
- - - - - okariya おかりや / 御仮屋 anguu、angū 行宮


. oyagami, sojin 祖神 "parent deity" - sorei 祖霊 ancestral spirits .

. oyashiro, koyashiro, shoosha 小社 small shrine .


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10/03/2014

Otoyo Jinja Kyoto

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Ootoyo Jinja 大豊神社 Shrine Otoyo Jinja
Kyoto, 京都市左京区鹿ケ谷宮ノ前町1

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少彦名命 Sukunahikona no Mikoto
応神天皇 Emperor Ojin
菅原道真 Sugawara no Michizane



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This shrine is famous for its three guardian animals:

komanezumi  狛鼠 / 狛ネズミ guardian mice
komatobi 狛鳶 guardian black kite
komazaru  狛猿 guardian monkey



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... A long entrance path leads to the shrine. There are not so many visitors, mainly Japanese people who come to pray for health, long life and happiness. There is something unusual about this shrine that sets it apart from other shinto shrines. The guardians of the shrine are mice!
Here a little more about the history of this shrine taken from the web.



Otoyo Shrine (大豊神社) is a small place of worship which is located on the South side of Kyoto’s Tetsugaku no Michi.
Here, instead of shrine dogs, mice guard the shrine. Why mice? Here’s the background story: First, you need to know that in Otoyo Shrine, Okuninushi-no-mikoto, the god of marriage based in Izumo Taisha (a major shrine in Shimane Prefecture), is worshiped as a deity. He was a descendant of Susanoo-no-mikoto, one of the gods in Japanese myths.

According to the Kojiki, which is the oldest historical book in Japan, Okuninushi went to another world. He arrived there and met Princess Suseri, daughter of Susanoo. They fell in love with each other at first sight. Then Susanoo commanded Okuninushi to sleep in a room filled with snakes, but Princess Suseri gave Okuninushi a snake scarf, said to be one of ten ancient treasures. The scarf helped him to sleep safely in the room. Susanoo imposed another ordeal on Okuninushi. Susanoo shot an arrow into a vast plain and made Okuninushi go to retrieve it. When he was searching for it, Susanoo set fire to the surrounding plain. The flames spread quickly and Okuninushi lost all means of escape. Suddenly a mouse appeared and told him that there was a hole in the ground. While he was hiding in the hole, the fire passed overhead. Then, the mouse gave him the arrow. Thanks to the mouse, Okuninushi escaped by a hair’s breadth. He finally married Princess Suseri.

Otoyo Shrine traces its origins back to this story. It is said that mice will bring the health, long life and happiness. The mouse statue on the left has a sake bowl, which means that if you worship here you will have a healthy baby. The one on the right has a scroll. In addition to these statues, there are figures of a monkey and kite (hawk) in this shrine. You can enjoy observing these fascinating animal guardians.



Enshrined at this shrine are Sukunahikona no Mikoto, Emperor Ojin and Sugawara no Michizane. Legend tells that this shrine was built in 887 as a prayer for the recovery of Emperor Uda from his illness.

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- source : www.kyotodreamtrips.com

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komatobi 狛鳶 guardian black kite
at Atago Yashiro 愛宕社 in the compound

a guardian to prevent fire




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komazaru, koma no saru 狛猿 guardian monkey
doing the Sanbaso dance, keeping evil influence away

at Hiyoshi Yashiro 日吉社 Hiyoshi Shrine in the compound




. Sanbasoo 三番叟 Sanbaso Dancer .

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Ootoyo Jinja 大豊神社 Otoyo Jinja, Kyoto
nezumi no ema 鼠絵馬 votive tablets
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One mouse holds a bag or jewel, for getting pregnant, (and rich and all . . .)
One mouse holds the scriptures, for the child to grow up in wisdom.



source : blog.goo.ne.jp/mkmama/e

Clay bells with the two mice


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Cherry and plum blossoms together
In a rare occurrence, a cherry tree and a plum tree at a Shinto shrine in Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto are blossoming at the same time.

The weeping cherry tree and the weeping plum tree are in front of the main hall of   Otoyo Shrine 大豊神社 . The shrine, which was built more than 1,100 years ago, is near a popular tourist site known as the "Philosopher's Path."
The plum tree, which is estimated to be 250 years old, is about 5 meters tall. The cherry tree stands almost 8 meters tall.



Every year, the plum tree is in full bloom around March 10th until the end of the month, while the cherry tree blossoms in early April.

Temperatures were unusually high in March, causing the cherry tree to begin to blossom late last week.
A shrine official says the cherry tree and the plum tree are blossoming together for the first time in 30 years. The blossoms are likely to remain until the end of this week.
source : NHK world news Mar. 26, 2013


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. Shrine, Shinto Shrines (jinja 神社) - Introduction .



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09/07/2013

otabisho resting point

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otabisho, o-tabisho 御旅所 / お旅所 sacred resting point


source : narajisya.blog - mahoroba
御旅所坐神社「大和稚宮神社」at Ooyamato Wakamiya Jinja, Nara



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Otabisho
Also called okariya or angū, a facility serving as the temporary destination or midway resting point during a kami's ritual procession (miyuki).

On the occasion of such processions, the kami's symbol is taken from its usual "seat" (shinza) in the shrine and is transferred to a portable shrine (omikoshi or shin'yo), then borne through the shrine parish district  until the procession reaches the otabisho, where rites are observed.

The otabisho is normally selected on the basis of some special relationship to the shrine and its object of worship (saijin), but it may be one of several types.

For example, some otabisho are special structures permanently dedicated for such use; in other cases, the otabisho may be an auxiliary shrine outside the main shrine's precincts (keidaichi),
or a shrine dedicated to a "consort deity" of the saijin. In still other cases, the home of a parishioner may be selected as the otabisho or a temporary structure may be built as required to serve the purpose.

In general, the traveling kami is thought to spend a predetermined period of time in the otabisho before returning to its main shrine, but the actual time spent at the temporary resting point may vary from no more than a brief stop during the procession to relatively long-term periods of enshrinement. Normally, the portable shrine used to bear the kami in the procession continues to serve as the kami's residence or divine seat during the duration of its stay at the temporary shrine.
source : Mori Mizue, Kokugakuin



. Shrine, Shinto Shrine (jinja 神社) - Introduction .



Ooyamato shinkoosai 大和神幸祭 Festival at shrine Oyamato Jinja
. WKD : Festival at shrine Oyamato Jinja .


. mikoshi, o-mikoshi お神輿 and other festival floats .


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o-tabisho in the forest, where a lion dance with swords is performed to entertain the local deities.




- look at the Photo Album - Gabi Greve


. 一宮神社 Ichi no Miya Hachiman shrine in Ohaga, Okayama   .


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お旅所の夜はもろこしを焼く匂ひ
otabisho no yo wa morokoshi o yaku nioi

at night
at the sacred resting poing it smells
of grilled corn


Shimomura Hiroshi 下村ひろし



When the deity spends more time over night at the Tabisho, there is usually a night festival with a lot of food stalls.

. WKD : morokoshi もろこし maize, corn .
- toomorokoshi 玉蜀黍 - kigo for mid-autumn


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- Haiga by Nakamura Sakuo -

御旅所を吾もの顔やかたつぶり
o-tabisho o waga mono-gao ya katatsuburi

with a face
of owning the Tabisho . . .

this snail

. Kobayashi Issa 小林一茶 .


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お旅所のうしろ柱は海に立つ
otabisho no ushiro hashira wa umi ni tatsu

the back pillar
of the sacred resting point
stands in the sea


Nakatogawa Asato 中戸川朝人

This could be a shrine near the sea coast.

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autumn festival -
a streak of sunshine
on the priest




Gabi Greve, Japan, 2007
the mikoshi at the o-tabisho in our woods . . .


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30/04/2013

onsha - venerable shrine

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onsha, misha, gosha 御社 "venerable shrine"
mi-yashiro, on-yashiro


There are many varieties to pronounce these characters.
on, mi, go is an expression of honor.


. Shrine, Shinto Shrine (jinja 神社) - Introduction .

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. Masaoka Shiki 正岡子規 visiting shrines and temples .

Trying to locate the various shrines and temples where Shiki wrote the following haiku.
If you know any location, please add it as a comment to this entry.
Thank you!



Look at more photos :
source : 4travel.jp/domestic


御社や庭火に遠き浮寐鳥
miyashiro ya niwabi ni tooki ukinedori

this venerable shrine -
in the ritual garden fire far beyond
water birds sleeping in their nests



niwabi 庭火 bonfire lit during a shrine festival at night.
garden watch fire


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御社壇に小春の爺が腰かけて
goshadan ni koharu no jiji ga koshikakete

at the venerable shrine
on an Indian summer day
an old man just sits there






shadan at Toyama, Oyama Jinja Zendate Shadan 雄山神社前立社壇

shadan 社壇 "main shrine", place of worship
see below


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御社雪囲ひして雪すくな
on-yashiro yukigakoi shite yuki sukuna

the venerable shrine
protected by a snow shed
but little snow



In regions with heavy snow in Northern Japan, buildings have to be protected during the winter season.

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田の上に春の月ある御社
ta no ue ni haru no tsuki aru on-yashiro

above the fields
the full moon of spring
above this venerable shrine



. Takano Sujuu 高野素十 Takano Suju .


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どんぐりを踏み割り保良の御社
川崎展宏

凍る池小さし御社いと小さし
高木晴子

初霞して御社の杉にほふ
柴田白葉女

寄生木の春のみどりの御社
川崎展宏

御社に花の東京の標準木
高澤良一

御社の水汲む息を白くして
小林ゆき子

村歌舞伎演ず御社えごま干す
八牧美喜子


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shadan 社壇 "main shrine", place of worship


. Masaoka Shiki 正岡子規 visiting shrines and temples .


彳むや社壇から見る稻の雲
tatazumu ya shadan kara miyuru ina no kumo

from this shrine
situated so venerably I see
the thunder clouds




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社壇百級秋の空へと登る人
社壇百級秋の月へと上る人
shadan hyakyuu aki no tsuki e to noboru hito

hundred steps to the shrine
toward the full moon of autumn
people climb up




source : www.matsuyama-guide.jp


These stone steps lead up to the shrine Shinonome Jinja 東雲神社 near the castle of Matsuyama, where Shiki lived.
This shrine had been established by lord Matsudaira Sadamichi 松平定通 (1805 - 1835) of the Matsuyama domaine. There are in fact 201 steps to climb up.
The shrine was once located within the castle compound.


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28/04/2013

Okumiya Shrines

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okumiya 奥宮 "innermost shrine" Okumiya shrine

oku no miya 奥の宮 - okusha 奥社

There are various translations for this term, it is a smaller shrine located behind the main shrine, sometimes on the top of the mountain, but dedicated to the same deity as the main shrine on the bottom of the mountain.
The way up to a mountain shrine usually leads through a nature path or stone steps and can be quite an ardous mountain climb with the mind of a devout pilgrim.

remote shrine, rear shrine, interior shrine

Sometimes also called okusha 奥社, yamamiya 山宮 "mountain shrine"


The highest "Okumiya" in Japan is on the top of Mount Fuji.


This shrine stands at the end of the trail starting from Fujinomiya. Because Fuji itself is the god's body, there is no inner shrine, only outer and middle shrines.
source : www.fuji-hongu.or.jp


. Shrine, Shinto Shrine (jinja 神社) - Introduction .


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. Masaoka Shiki 正岡子規 visiting shrines and temples .

Trying to locate the various shrines and temples where Shiki wrote the following haiku.
If you know any location, please add it as a comment to this entry.
Thank you!



source : hirokikurioka
Kibune Jinja 貴船神社 Kyoto


木の緑したゝる奥の宮居哉
ki no midori shitataru oku no miya i kana

the green of the trees
drips down to this
Okumiya shrine



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. Kibune Shrine 貴船神社 in the mountains of Kurama, Kyoto .
Kibune Jinja, Kifune Jinja 貴船神社


貴船川涼し涼しと奥宮へ
Kibunegawa suzushi suzushi to Okumiya e

the river Kibunegawa
so cool, so cool toward
the Okumiya shrine


Tomita Yoshie 富田よしえ



昼灯す貴船奥宮余花の雨
hiru tomosu Kibune Okumiya yoka no ame

to brighten the day
at Kibune Okumiya shrine,
late cherry blossoms in rain


Yoshida Sayuri 吉田百合子


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. Hotaka Jinja 穂高神社 Nagano .
and the Azumi clan 安曇族



source : 穂高神社 上高地明神池 奥宮
Hodaka Shrine Kamikochi - Okumiya (Hotaka Shrine)


穂高奥宮つゆけき目細鳴けるのみ
Hotaka Okumiya tsuyukeki meboso nakeru nomi

toward Okumiya of Mount Hotaka
all wet with dew, I narrow my eyes -
only birdsong


Yamashita Yoshiko 山下喜子



Stamp and inscription from the Okumiya, as a proof you have really been there.


. Hotaka Satomiya 穂高里宮 Village Shrine at Hotaka (Hodaka) .


HP of the shrine
長野県安曇野市穂高6079
source : www.hotakajinja.com

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Katori Okumiya 香取奥宮


白梅や香取奥宮黒づくめ
hakubai ya Katori Okumiya kurozukume

these white plum blossoms -
at Okumiya shrine of Katori
they begin to turn black


Naikai Ryoota 内海良太


. Katori Jinguu 香取神宮 Katori Shrine in Chiba .

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source : goyoutyann.jugem.jp

Oku no miya of Mount Tsukuba 筑波の奥の宮 - 女体山の奥宮


威銃とどく筑波の奥の宮
odoshi todoku Tsukuba no Oku no Miya

deer scarer sounds
reach up to here - Mount Tsukuba
Oku no Miya 


Hikita Hanako 疋田華子


. Mount Tsukuba and its shrines 筑波山神社 .


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夜ざくらやなほ奥宮へ石畳
飯野燦雨

奥宮にあしたより立つ夕立雲
松村蒼石

奥宮に祭の幟鳥さかる
高井北杜

奥宮の山雨に濡るる祭檜葉
つじ加代子

奥宮の御手洗小さし鴨足草
轡田 進

奥宮の杉生香に立つ初明り
長尾久子

奥宮の留守の淋しさいさぎよし
下村梅子

奥宮の階に綿毛や暖め鳥
鳥越すみこ

奥宮は朝より暮色眼細鳴く
豊長みのる

奥宮は雲の中なり松毟鳥
篠田悌二郎

奥宮へ川床段々に貴船川
峰山 清

奥宮へ石段つゞき花つゞき
藤後左右

奥宮へ磴あと幾つ木の実降る
加藤多眠王

奥宮へ辿りつきたる七五三
清崎敏郎

奥宮へ風か桜を渡り行く
川崎展宏

奥宮や蝉脱け出たる穴二つ
松本旭


奥の宮人は居らねど祭かな
比叡 野村泊月

奥の宮修理なりたる木の芽かな
比叡 野村泊月


梅雨茸を掃いて奥宮仕へかな
片桐孝明


菊戴奥宮の空ひらけたり
杉浦恵子


駈梵天奥の宮まで駈け通す Kake Bonten
宋岳人


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"Hodakayama"
Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950)


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. Yamamiya 山宮 Mountain Shrine - Satomiya 里宮 Village Shrine .

An "Uppermost Temple" is called "Oku no In" 奥の院. (TBA)


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