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Gakuenji - Gakuen Shrine
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紅葉で有名なこのお寺は、紅葉が深まると参拝者が多く訪れます。 出雲大社に近く、また、日御碕灯台にも近いので参拝しやすい場所だと思います。 ねずみ年女性の守り本尊として祀られています。 出雲国神仏霊場第二番

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Uploaded: 17/09/2011
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: shrine; gakuenji; gakuen shrine; 鰐淵寺; 浮浪山; 一乗院; 紅葉; 弁慶ウォーク; 浮浪の滝
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