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Fukashi-jinja Shrine深志神社


This shrine is located in 3 Fukashi, Matsumoto City. Miyamura Daimyojin, deified by Ogasawara Sadamune in 1339, and Tenmangu, deified by Ogasawara Sadatada in 1402, are also referred to as “Miyamura Ryosha” and “Miyamura Tenmangu” and were both worshipped by the lord of Matsumoto Castle. The final name of Fukashi-jinja Shrine was decided in 1841, and many in Matsumoto, the surrounding castle town, often worship there.


Nagano Pref. Matsumotoshi Fukashi 3-7-43

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Review of Fukashi Shrine

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Reviewed:2018/10/07 Average shrine
not difficult to find, if you have already seen a number of shrines in Japan, don't expect anything new. if you are really into temples, no harm to quickly drop by.
Reviewed:2017/04/04 This is the one to visit....
This shrine is a bit away from the trip to the castle... but, definitely, it is worthy a visit. Even more so that the Yonashira shrine.. It has this.. feeling to it... that is more spiritual... at...
Reviewed:2016/09/14 Another shrine
By the time I got to see this shrine I had just about had my fill of shrines. Please don't let me deter you as any Japanese shrine is worth a visit but not one after the other

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