Aoi Aso Shrine (Hitoyoshi Japan)

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Entrance Gate tablet Main gate Frame works Frame works
Oratory Offering hall Corridor & Main hall Main hall Offering hall
Main hall Musubi corridor Altar fixture Storehouse Holy spirit tree

 Aoi Aso Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan. It is colloquially known as Aoi-san. It was originally established as a prefectural shrine, but is currently designated as a national shrine. Five of the structures of Aoi Aso Shrine, the Main Hall, Offering Hall, Oratory, the two-storied Romon gate and the Corridor are designated as national treasure.

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