I visited Hanamaki Castle Ruins and Shimamaki Shrine, and taught us how to visit. It is really a beautiful place. Not the Hanamaki manju to eat, but the place that is really wrapped in "flowers." sacred
Sakurayama Shrine is right next to Morioka Castle Ruins Park. Take the bus to the prefectural office station and cross the street. Follow the second path in Figure 2 to reach Sakuraide Shrine. The cherry blossoms must be beautiful when they bloom, and there are many people here in early summer. Worship and wish here should be similar to some small temples in our country. There are many famous Morioka snacks on the side road, such as cold noodles and fried noodles. The famous white dragon is a bit here, you can try it.
This shrine is quite famous in northeastern Japan. Many tourists come to worship Buddha.
Located at the foot of the mountain in the castle ruins park, after strolling down the quiet and peaceful ruins park, you can see this shrine. I really like the name, Sakurayama. I saw a family of Taiwanese who also stopped here for a long time to take pictures. There are small shops along the street when you go out, but probably because it is the weekend, almost no shops are open.
A famous shrine in Morioka City, the capital of Iwate Prefecture, in the eastern coastal area of Tohoku, Japan. It is located in the Morioka Castle Ruins Park, close to the station, and is very popular in the flower season.
Just by hearing the name, I think this shrine is a bit special