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You can fell the spirtual power o fthe place when you going close. I have been in japan for many times, almost 15 years and this is the first place touched me very much.
I think not need a lond description becouse need to be...More
Who doesn’t love caves!? Especially caves where some scheming between some Shinto gods allegedly went down eons ago.
There can be a long line to make your way here to pay your respects at the shrine, but the gorgeous river scenery nullifies all that.
I was grew up and lived in Japan so long.... but I visited there first time in my life.It is spiritual place and different atmosphere.You'll find different when you get there. If you visit Takachiho, don't miss it!
Decided that I needed to see this place first hand after seeing an article in a magazine featuring the stacks of stones. It did not disappoint! Everything from the tale of Amaterasu hiding here to the creativity of people to stack stones and rocks for...More
It was around 5pm already when we got here, air is so fresh like any other place around the area. Just a small walk from the car park (10 mins?) to where the kawara is. Japanese stack little pieces of stones up for making wishes,...More
When I visited there the first time. I experienced goose bumps. I felt something spiritual. Different atmosphere. Am I so sensitive? You'll find when you get there. If you visit Takachiho, don't miss it!
There’s a pleasant 15-min walk to the shrine, and once you got there, you will be amazed by its uniqueness and ambience! The shrine is small but the dramatic setting can be quite mesmerizing. Around the shrine, extending all the way to the river, there...More