Anju Shrine is a small shrine opposite Xinxin Temple. When you enter the bird house, you have to go through a small alley. Only then can you find another cave in the sky. There is a wall of painted horses on the left. There are two kinds of wooden painted horses. One is the printing of six-penny money, the other is the painting of Yoshimura Shimada. Most of the painted horses are historical enthusiasts of the Warring States Period, or modern fans of Yukimura Mada, who pray that this year's Dahe opera will end safely and get good ratings. There are also full of love for Hiroshimura Shimada, only to solicit public hobbies. If you want to write Zhu Yin or buy the Imperial Guard or draw horses, you should go to the next window, because most of the time it is very idle, and there may not be any social workers waiting for you in the room, so you need to transfer to other people in the shrine. The miniature horse-shaped defense here is the most special, printed with red six-letter money, very memorable. The most special one is that the painted horses hanging next to the window are all written by artists and actors. They will come here to pray when they participate in the related TV plays and stage plays of Yukimura Mada. When you go to the shrine hall, you can see the monument to the death of Yukimura Akita, which is very sad.
Within 10 minutes of crossing the main entrance of the Four Heavenly Kings Temple, you can see the Anju Shrine on the right. The shrine is very small, and it is said to be the battle death site of Shinju Truda. In the shrine, there are statues of Yukimura Akita and monuments of Yukimura Akita's death in battle. However, it is doubtful whether the real death site of Yukimura is here. When I was in the shrine, I just saw a Japanese grandfather come to the front of the statue of Yukimura. First he touched his head, then patted him on the shoulder, then on his arm, and finally on his own arm, as if he had met old friends for many years. Grandpa seems to be saying, old friend of Yukimura, I have come to see you at last. At that time, I almost shed tears.
Walk into the Anju Shrine. You can see that the shrine is very small. Small shrines are also exquisite. In the yard there is a well for relieving epilepsy. The well water is said to have been drunk by Tao Zhenzhen, so many people come here. It is worth recommending.
Great place! There are so many people! I recommend you to play! It's really good!
The price-performance ratio is very high and the popularity is very strong.
In memory of a hero in Japan, who was honored as a god, the area is very small.
Many delicious food and friends go to places that everyone thinks are very good. There are many scenic spots around, and they are also famous.
It's good to go with friends of the 35th Five-Year Plan.