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This shrine used to be the imperial palace of the Southern Dynasty. You have to pay for the entrance for the exhibition inside. But in my opinion, it is worth to visit. There is a imperial throne of Emperor Godaigo, and some other displays are...More
It came as a surprise that a 200 yen compulsory "donation for the shrine repairs" was charged. The view from here, as with many other spots around the mountain was excellent. For this, I am not rating it any higher.
The views of the mountains offered by this shrine is magnificently unobstructed, offering a wide expanse of green foliage. The shrine itself is smaller compared with the nearby kipusenji and it inner halls are closed when we visited so we could view some of the...More
The Yoshimizu Shrine is a popular place in the spring time to enjoy one of the best views of cherry flowers in full bloom. They say a glance can command a thousand cherry trees in front of you.
When we visited in early April, we...More
We came to Yoshino for sakura, not temple visiting; we did not pay the ¥400 entrance to the temple, but we took advantage of wonderful views from the temple grounds
The temple is about a 20 minute walk from the ropeway station. To get to...More