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Kamigamo Shrine – Kyoto

Posted on September 7th, 2011 by Mike Roberts

Kamigamo Shrine

Kamigamo Jinja lies up against the northern hills, in a quiet residential area of Kyoto, and is therefore often less-crowded than shrines in the city centre, though no less impressive. The shrine is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, and most of the shrine buildings are classified as Important Cultural Properties. The shrine was established in the 7th Century, a hundred years before Kyoto was founded.

When the Imperial capital moved to Heiankyo (present day Kyoto)

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the Kamigamo Shrine, along with its sister shrine Shimogamo Shrine, enjoyed imperial patronage and support that has continued to the present. Read the full post »