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We went there at the time of the 7-5-3 ceremony, so it was interesting to see all those kids in pretty kimonos. But without that it's a simple shrine. If you bought a one day loople bus pass, go and visit it, but unless it's...More
Stop no. 12 on the Loople bus. I was quite excited on arrival as i have seen many beautiful pictures of this place. However, the direct view of the colourful architecture of the main shrine was obstructed by a tent, which appears to be made...More
We drove to the Osaki Hachiman-gu Shrine in the northeastern section of the city of Sendai. Our rental car GPS took us correctly to the shrine’s parking lot behind the main shrine building. From there, it’s a five-minute walk to the main shrine building.
Probably the most impressive thing about this shrine is the Tori you seen in the Trip Advisor picture. You can see this from the street. After that, you climb up a long set of stairs and down a rather long walkway to a rather average...More
This shrine is a listed by the city as historical building! The have a video to show how the restoration was meticulously done. Worth watching if not is rush. If you are on the Loople Bus you can swap at the info center on the...More
The shrine is most busy during New year's eve (midnight) and January 1st.
But I would suggest going on Jan. 14 to see many youth and company employees run around halfnaked despite the cold. There are many food stalls everywhere too. It's a must see...More