Nagusa Itsukushima Shrine, Ashikaga

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  • You can park a dozen cars in the parking lot. There is a shop and a fishing moat there, and you can eat ayu, yamame, and trout salt grilled. In addition, we sell yakisoba and potato fries. The flush toilet for men and women next to the shop is clean. If you pass through the vermilion torii and climb a gentle slope of about 400m, you will see the shrine of Benkei's crackstone and shrine. It feels very good to walk while enjoying the forest bath ing in the good smell of the forest. Moreover, the babbling of the brook is heard from both sides of the road, and it brings it to the relief of the stress. Benkei's cracking stone was powerful. I was surprised that such a boulder was broken in two from the top. I was also overwhelmed by a boulder called a mole in the womb. The vermilion bridge hanging from the shrine is perfect for the atmosphere that brings out the gods. It's a place that feels almost unwell and decayed, but it may be attractive.
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  • There is a parking lot in front of torii, and it takes about 15 minutes to walk along the mountain path by the stream. A light climb filled with the murmur of water and the air of the forest. Although the shrine itself is small, it is surrounded by boulders and clear streams, and you can feel freshness and godness.
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  • This benzaiten is in front of the famous Megakusa. The shrine on the Big Stone is a great view. In the foreground, a large stone is known as "the womb" and the Benkei is divided by the "Benkei's hand-cut stone". Rock water flows under the overlap of large rocks. There are always a lot of people, and it is a place where the mind is washed just by visiting.
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  • The hidden attraction of Ashikaga. I walk more than I imagined (about 500m), but it is very quiet and it is a power spot of Ashikaga one without a doubt. Also, in the "Nagakusa Benten Spring Festival" to be held in GW, fried chicken and pilau of local ladies make is exquisite. It is a very recommended shrine.
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