Kyoto-Nara Dream Trips | Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Gingko Leafs in Kyoto.
Created 11-Dec-17
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The exact date the shrine was founded is unknown, but it was already here by the early Heian Period (794-1185). The Iwato-sha Shrine was originally the Amatsuiwatowake-wakahime-jinja, and the Ochiba-sha was originally the Ichikawa-jinja. Both were listed in the Engi Records of Shrines. However, the Iwato-sha burned down during the early 17th century, so was merged with the Ochiba-sha to form the Iwato-ochiba-jinja.
Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.Iwato-ochiba-jinja and the Fallen Golden Yellow Leafs in Kyoto.

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