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110705-0024 - Minatogawa Jinja


Kobe Meiji 1900s Unknown
Stone lanterns at Minatogawa Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture. The shrine venerates the spirit of military commander Masashige Kusunoki (1294-1336), and is located around the location where the Battle of Minatogawa (1336) took place. During the Edo period, Kusunoki was made into a patriotic hero and called Nanko or Dai-Nanko, hence Minatogawa Shrine is also called Nanko Shrine.
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