The pattern of shrines in Japan is similar, with torii, sinks, trails, main shrines, etc. The same is true for the Towada Shrine on the banks of Lake Towada, especially the wood carvings of the main hall are very exquisite, and the middle of the dragon is vivid.
I didn’t expect that there are shrines by the lake ⛩️ Whether it’s a small room or a big city in Japan, shrines seem to be everywhere in Towa Lake. ⛩️ Along a road, there are several saying that there will be shrines along this road. Bring luck, call the lucky trail lucky
This shrine is located next to Lake Towada. The scenery is quite beautiful and the air is very good. The shrine gives people a warm feeling in Hayao Miyazaki's animation. It is very beautiful, and it makes people feel peaceful and quite pleasant.
Located on the shore of Lake Towada, the parking lot is accessible by a small road, but it is recommended to walk along the lakeside plank road, because you can see an exquisite miniature shrine on the island in the lake. Entering the shrine from the lake, you will pass through several small white torii gates, echoing the shrine architecture hiding in the dense forest with black as the main color, which is quite mysterious.
Just around Lake Towada, follow the signs along the plank road and you will see the shrine. It feels like a very old shrine, with a sense of age, different from other shrines. There was no one in the shrine, and no Omori. But it feels pretty good. Don't forget to take a stroll in Lake Towada.
Towada Shrine was built in the 9th century. The shrine is relatively small and not very famous in Japan. Not many people visited. The surrounding scenery is good. You can see the statue of a girl here, the legacy of the poet and sculptor Kotaro Takamura.