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Hirokawa Temple, 4/30/10 end of trip

Hirokawa Temple walk, 4/30/10

Iwafune shrine, which is worshiping and old emperor. It is hidden and I felt very sacred also after seeing ghost on my photos too.

At the end, I arrived Hirokawa castle ruin which is almost near my house, close to the Chikatsu Asuka museum park.

Iwafune shrine gate

I cannot read, but I assume that it is an ancient emperor's name. I was surprised that somebody left a new bottle of sake.

Hiraiwa ruin from 14C

Sign post of Hiraiwa Castle ruin

Self portrait behind the ruin. Now it is over!, face.

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