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Fukagawa Shrine - Hokkaido

Fukagawa Shrine ( 深川神社 )  is the main shrine of Fukagawa City. It is also a prefectural shrine with a history dating back to 1892. The shrine is  located at 6-4-10 Fukagawa City in Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan . Fukagawa Shrine Fukagawa Shrine details According to historical records, Shinshuura Norisuke built a small shrine on the current precincts.  A year later, another shrine was built in the village to enshrine Okuninushi no Okami and Emperor Jinmu . This shrine was moved to Nakacho 3-4 home in 1909 and a year later the main hall and worship hall was built at the current location.  Fukagawa Shrine - Fukagawa City, Hokkaido Prefecture Fukagawa Shrine was promoted as a village shrine on September 8, 1924, and then into a prefectural shrine on August 1941. The shrine celebrates its annual holiday on August 20th. Fukagawa Shrine main torii 深川神社 Fukagawa Shrine temizu Harizuka Takeshiro Ura Honoring Monument At present, Fukagawa Shrine has a Taisha-style architectural design. It has

Fukagawa Roadside Station – Hokkaido

Fukagawa Roadside Station  ( 道の駅 ライスランドふかがわ ) is one of the 128 roadside stations spread across Hokkaido. It is located at 59-7 Hirosato, Otoecho in Fukagawa City, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan . Fukagawa Roadside Station Fukagawa Roadside Station details Fukagawa Roadside Station is officially called Roadside Station Riceland Fukagawa . It follows the theme “Fukagawa, the city of rice”. It is a place where visitors can buy high-quality Fukagawa rice and also a place where visitors can learn about rice and agriculture. Fukagawa Roadside Station - Fukagawa City, Hokkaido Prefecture Fukagawa Roadside Station was registered last August 13, 2002, and was given registration number 17.  Photos outside Fukagawa Roadside Station At present the roadside station has the following amenities: General Information It is located right after you enter the front entrance of the roadside station. Motorists can get information about tourist spots, restaurants, public facilities, and even road info and we

10 Things to Do in Moseushi

10 Things to Do in Moseushi Moseushi ( 妹背牛町 ) is a town in the Sorachi Subprefecture of Hokkaido, Japan . The town's name is derived from the Ainu language " Moseushi " and " Mose Ushii " which means "a place where nettles thrive" or "a place where thatch is customarily cut". However, it is believed to have been a modified translation. The town's name was originally spelled " Bouno Yushi ," but it was changed to its current name "Moseushi" in 1898. For those planning to visit Moseushi to check what it has to offer, here are the 10 Things to Do in Moseushi : Moseushi manhole cover 1. Take a picture of Moseushi’s unique manhole cover . So far, I have seen 1 unique manhole cover. It is uncommon but some can be seen near Moseushi Onsen Peperu. Restaurant Ajidokoro Yonezato 2. Eat at  Restaurant Ajidokoro Yonezato  ( レストラン 味処米里 ) which is located inside Moseushi Onsen Peperu. You should try the cutlet curry and the momodo

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