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With our tour group we spent about 1 hr looking around
It is very beautiful setting
It was raining lightly when we were there and the steps were very slippery
The shrine was very very busy with lots of school children
The history is great...More
Take the tram from Susukino it's only cost ¥200 and stop at Mt Moiwa Ropeway bus stop. Its quite far if you decide to walking, is around 15 mnts walk and you can see this shrine ⛩ 😇
If you go by taxi from Sapporo...More
I saw this in a local movie “kitakita”andI know I have to see this. This is in unnasuming area of a certain local suburb. This is not as grand as the one in Kyoto. Please be respectful and keep your vocie down since it is...More
It's a small and quiet shrine which has a really soothing feeling to it. Being that it's only a small shrine it wouldn't take you long to have a browse through it. But it is beautiful especially in the snow!
The torii gates form a straight line, not as curved as the Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto. This shrine is small and very quiet, you can spend 20ph to visit here.
There are 2 ways to get there:
1/.From Sapporo station, take subway Tozai line...More
This seems to ne in the middle of no where as we walked around awhile before we found it. The rest of the city seemed very quiet with very little around. Eventually found our way and the strip is very busy and touristy. The fòod...More