Shiroyama Inari Jinja
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Here is an inari jinja left behind at the castle ruin in the end of Sengoku (provincial wars) Period by Ogasawara Kamon-tayu Nobuime, where people pray for safety and prosperity in the region. Besides, in its premise, there are keyaki (Japanese zelkova) trees designated as a prefectural natural treasure as well as about 80 cherry blossom trees.
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