Takao Shrine

Takao Shrine was a Shinto shrine located in the former Takao City, Takao Prefecture, Taiwan during the Japanese rule period. The shrine enshrined Prince Yoshihisa, Ōmononushi no Mikoto, and Emperor Sutoku.

According to the company, Takao Shrine was already built in the Kamakura era in the Kagakura period, and was relocated to the present location in the year of Eiwa. Nikko Tsushin, who is a god of the local people from ancient times (Emperor Koryo ) God of industrial prosperity · Breath length ratio sales life ( Empress Shigong ) God of raising good births · Life of goods ( Reaper )Enclamation God/Ministerial Shrine、Generation of Noboru Kako Shinshin Guided and provided a strong sense of development.

Guidoku is Hirohiro Onizan, who guides the development of the rise and rise of today’s various Hengshan-cho and Showa-ku districts. The first festival of the plague festival in recent years, the pass through the beat of the beatification, the summer of the summer, the event of the festival of the festival, and the festival of the plague of Hirana、It is in good faith that the number of worshipers from afar has increased and has been dizzy.

Originally called Hachiman Shrine, it was renamed Takao Shrine in Meiji-5. In 433 years, he will enshrine Kamiyama Shrine. Rebuilding the current company hall in 1988, and the stone stage on the west side, Torii, and Note-tone column, etc. This year, with the old main shrine, the shrine of Kamiyama is transitioned to the old land.

400 years of the 1950s Transition, and 3400 Tamagaki will be erected as a magistrate business. In 1940, he was transformed into a magnificent god , and he built a new gathering place, and together he arranged the meristem stone and the front of the company, which provided the information to worshipers.

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