The shrine's Torii is also a symbol of "there is a shrine here." Torii is often passed casually, but there is also a "welcome" Torii. Before entering the shrine, I would like to introduce a power spot where you can feel the weight of history.
Where is the torii of Japan?
It is called "the stone Torii of Motoki" in Yamagata Prefecture. It is not a torii at the entrance of the shrine, but a state in which only a torii is left as a "building". It stood in a residential area, and it feels like being integrated into people's lives. It is a popular place as a hidden power spot.
Compared to a general Torii, it is a small size.It cannot be said that there is room width at the height of the house of three stories. However, it is a "stone torii" that is poised to beefier as if there are two thick pillars and roots on the ground. It is a torii that makes you feel like you are looking at ruins and historical buildings. According to the legend, it has been more than a thousand years, so I feel the history.
The voice of the person who actually saw
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