Aoshima shrine, Miyazaki, Japan. Located in a tropical forest and facing the sea...

Aoshima shrine, Miyazaki, Japan. Located in a tropical forest and facing the sea...

天安河原, 高千穂、岩戸、Amano Yasugawara, Takachiho,

天安河原, 高千穂、岩戸、Amano Yasugawara, Takachiho,

写真: 天安河原の洞窟の中から外へ2@宮崎県高千穂

写真: 天安河原の洞窟の中から外へ2@宮崎県高千穂

伊勢神宮 新嘗祭

伊勢神宮 新嘗祭

niinamesai 伊勢神宮 新嘗祭

niinamesai 伊勢神宮 新嘗祭

A shinto priest of the Isonokami Shrine (石上神宮) in Tenri, bowing to welcome worshippers to the Shrine. #IsonokamiShrine, #石上神宮, #MononobeClan, #Shinto, #YamanobeNoMichi, #Tenri, #Nara

A shinto priest of the Isonokami Shrine (石上神宮) in Tenri, bowing to welcome worshippers to the Shrine. #IsonokamiShrine, #石上神宮, #MononobeClan, #Shinto, #YamanobeNoMichi, #Tenri, #Nara

A view of the inner court of the Isonokami Shrine (石上神宮) Along the “Yamanobe no Michi” Japans Oldest Road, near Tenri City!   #YamanobenoMichi, #IsonokamiShrine, #Nara

A view of the inner court of the Isonokami Shrine (石上神宮) Along the “Yamanobe no Michi” Japans Oldest Road, near Tenri City! #YamanobenoMichi, #IsonokamiShrine, #Nara

石上神宮の「牛」 「和邇下神社」と同じ「牛」デス、色は違うようですけれど。 「石上神社」は元々、あの蘇我馬子に滅ぼされた「物部氏」の氏神ですから、この牛は、「物部」系特有のものなのか、それとも他に所縁があるのか? 「狛犬」との関係も含めて、気になる「牛」です。

2011 故郷の旅 その1 天理&山の辺の道 (天理) - 旅行のクチコミサイト フォートラベル

石上神宮の「牛」 「和邇下神社」と同じ「牛」デス、色は違うようですけれど。 「石上神社」は元々、あの蘇我馬子に滅ぼされた「物部氏」の氏神ですから、この牛は、「物部」系特有のものなのか、それとも他に所縁があるのか? 「狛犬」との関係も含めて、気になる「牛」です。

The entrance to the Isonokami Shrine (石上神宮) along the Yamanobe-no-Michi in Nara! This shrine is one of the oldest extant Shinto shrines in Japan and has housed several significant artefacts. Isonokami shrine was highly regarded in the ancient era, and frequented by many members of the imperial family. It played a pivotal role in Japan's early history, especially during the 3rd to 5th centuries.

The entrance to the Isonokami Shrine (石上神宮) along the Yamanobe-no-Michi in Nara! This shrine is one of the oldest extant Shinto shrines in Japan and has housed several significant artefacts. Isonokami shrine was highly regarded in the ancient era, and frequented by many members of the imperial family. It played a pivotal role in Japan's early history, especially during the 3rd to 5th centuries.

奈良 石上神宮のとりさま

奈良 石上神宮のとりさま

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