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Kifune Shrine

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Natalie
Natalie
December 21, 2018
一生に一度は見ておきたい貴船神社の特別ライトアップ! 普段は見学できない庭園や仏像、襖絵、建築などの様々な文化財が期間限定で公開されますので、この機会に是非見ておきたいですね。 Kibune (貴船) is a small town in a forested valley in the northern mountains of Kyoto City, which developed around Kifune Shrine. According to legend, a goddess traveled in a boat from Osaka all the way up the…
Saito Family
Saito Family
February 3, 2020
Kibune (貴船) is a small town in a forested valley in the northern mountains of Kyoto City, which developed around Kifune Shrine. According to legend, a goddess traveled in a boat from Osaka all the way up the river into the mountains north of Kyoto, and Kifune Shrine was built at the site where her…
Ryo
Ryo
June 7, 2019
Kibune (貴船) is a small town in a forested valley in the northern mountains of Kyoto City, which developed around Kifune Shrine. According to legend, a goddess traveled in a boat from Osaka all the way up the river into the mountains north of Kyoto, and Kifune Shrine was built at the site where her…
正晴BNB-Masaharu
正晴BNB-Masaharu
April 15, 2018
As a god of water, it is believed by the people of the business dealing with cooking and cooking industry nationwide and water. Moreover, there are beliefs as a god of marriage, and it is crowded with young couples.
由美子
由美子
December 24, 2019
This shrine is located near a river. There are cafes and restaurants nearby with decks built over the river. Relax while drinking green tea and taking in the beautiful views.
Shizu
Shizu
July 19, 2018
As a god of water, it is believed by the people of the business dealing with cooking and cooking industry nationwide and water. Moreover, there are beliefs as a god of marriage, and it is crowded with young couples.

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Ubicación
180, 京都府 601-1112
Teléfono+81 75-741-2016