The pattern of shrines in Japan is similar, with torii, sinks, trails, main shrines, etc. The same is true for the Towada Shrine on the banks of Lake Towada, especially the wood carvings of the main hall are very exquisite, and the middle of the dragon is vivid.
I didn't think there is a shrine on the lakeside ⛩️ Japan's size and size, whether it is a small room or a big city, the shrine seems to be everywhere, the shrine on the lakeside ⛩️ along a road there are several said that along this road will bring luck, call lucky path
Located next to Lake Towada, the views are beautiful and the air is very good, the shrine gives a warm feeling in Miyazaki's animation, very beautiful and calming, quite plain
Located on the shore of Lake Towada, the car park has access to a small road, but it is recommended to walk along the lakeside path, because there is a delicate mini shrine on the island in the lake. The shrine is mysteriously surrounded by small white birds, and it is accompanied by a shrine building in the dark forest.
Just around Lake Towada, along the path along the signage, you can see the shrine. It feels like an old shrine, has a sense of age, and is different from other shrines. There is no one in the shrine, and there is no guardian. But it feels good. Don't forget to come to the lake.
The shrine was built in the 9th century, and it is relatively small and is not very famous in Japan. There are not many visitors. The surrounding scenery is good, and you can see the statue of the girl, the remains of Kotaro Takamura, a poet and sculptor.