Kaibara Hachiman Shrine (Hyogo Japan)

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1st shrine gate 2nd shrine gate Worship hall Guardian dog
Worship hall Main hall 3-storied pagoda 3-storied pagoda
3-storied pagoda Part of Sorin Belfry Tree root bridge

The Kabara hachiman Shinto shrine in Hyogo Prefecture was created at the Heian era (nine century). It is burnt down because of Mitsuhide Akechi's Tanba attack, and compound building style in the Momoyama age rebuilt with Hideyoshi Toyotomi's instruction. It is specified for the important cultural asset.
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