There are no more refreshing and elegant quiet shrines than shrines in Japan. Each shrine enshrines different characters and different styles. Because of the recent difficulties, I came to Sochu Shrine in Japan and decided to pray sincerely and hope that I will be better in the coming year. The wonderful experience of the shrine. When I came to the shrine, I walked a long walkway with many small stones next to it. It looks very elegant. I walked along with the cicadas. I felt the big rock in my heart when the environment was quiet. All put a little down. When I first entered the gate of the shrine, I saw a large torii gate very distinctive. Then look to the right and you can see a delicate well under a small shed. It looks very distinctive. Going forward, you can see a black and red house, where many people closed their eyes and prayed for blessing. I followed everyone's footsteps and started the blessing mode. In general, the area of the entire shrine is not very large, but it is better than the environment, which is especially suitable for one person to come to relax. Warm reminder that the road is more rugged, you need to pay more attention to the safety of your feet.
The shrine is located in Fuja 2 Shrine in Sakyo District. It mainly enshrines Sochada Kurozumi. When you exit the main entrance of Shinrudo, you can see a mottled stone torii with the four characters "Sochada Shrine" written on it. In the 2nd year of Bunkyu, Sotada's clerk, Akagi Tadharu and others, obtained a piece of land from Yoshida Shrine and established a shrine dedicated to Sotada. In the first year of Keio, this shrine became the imperial court's imperial court, and was highly respected by the royal family. In the Meiji period, it was classified as a prefectural company.
Sochada Shrine, a very old shrine, has a steep slope, and there are almost no tourists. People from all over the world come to worship.
This shrine was built by Kurozumi Munetada, the founder of Kurozumikyo sect. The sloop toward the main building, which is paved with stones and bordered by trees, is beautiful. Sinnyodo Temple is just...