The water mirror is full of palaces, sacrificing the God of learning, Akihara Tao-zhen. Akira was a noble in the peaceful era. He was reused by Emperor Yuduo and Emperor Tan. When he was framed by Fujihara and demoted to the Taizai Palace, he felt sad when he saw his haggard figure reflected on the water surface, so the shrine was called Shuijie. Personally, I feel that Japan is a super many kinds of shrines. Please graduate smoothly and there are super big Koi and super big crow in it!
Bodo Water Mirror Shrine is near Tianshenqiao, which is not a famous scenic spot of Bodo, but we still have to go through it. There are also some local people visiting Qifu, Japanese Shrine, and there is a bird house at the door. It means stepping into the realm of God. It's a rule to bow before the bird comes in. Near the entrance, there is a pool water house for visitors to take wooden spoons and clean it with clean water from the pool. Then to the main hall of the shrine, you have to bow twice, clap your hands twice, and bow to complete the whole worship ceremony.
It is said that passing the entrance examination is very effective, and the scenery is also very good. There are many small shops on both sides of the street with special features, which are very interesting. If you come here, you must try the plum cheese cake here. This is the specialty of Taizai government. It's delicious.
In small places, there are many visitors, often three in one family.
Spring is so beautiful that cherry blossoms are so romantic.