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Hirokawa Temple, 4/30/10 Part 4

Walking from Hirokawa Temple, cont southern Osaka.
Walking towards mountain shrine almost done with the trip.

高貴寺 Kouki-ji temple

富田林の詩人石上露子の歌碑2009年10月8日 建立


高貴寺入り口 Koukiji temple entrance gate

The stones is standing at the bottom of forest shrine. There is a chain and sake (rice wine) so it means a god stone. I took the photo 5, 6 times but it got fogged and lined like somebody disturbing. If you can remember, I think there are sprits around. (^_^)
Flickr Hirokawa temple trip


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