The Sanyoshi Shrine is quite large, and the shrines here are very distinctive. The whole design concept is red. The entire space of the shrine is quite large. It takes a long time to walk. The design concept of the shrine is also very simple.
Coordinate: Sanyoshi Shrine Add the photos of the last children's sumo tournament~ Here I want to introduce some tips on sumo wrestling~ Picture one is the preparatory action. Both sides squat and prepare for battle. The white circle in the picture is called Domo, and it is also the fighting stage for sumo wrestling. The formal tutu is usually made of loess and is sprinkled with salt. The man with the microphone in the middle is called "Xingji" in Japanese and plays the role of a referee.
Miyoshi Shrine is located near Odori Park in Sapporo. It was originally a Miyoshi Shrine in Sakata, Taiping Mountain, Akita Prefecture. It became a shrine in Sapporo during the Meiji period. Although it does not have a long history, this shrine located in the center of the city is a place where nearby residents often visit. The shrine holds a summer festival in early summer, and the summer festival is held very early. It is very quiet here, where you can visit the worship quietly and slowly.
The decoration inside the shrine is very individual, and the shrine is not far from the center of Sapporo, and it can be reached directly by subway. No matter what time it is, there are always people coming and going here, which shows that it is very popular.
Quiet and peaceful, even more quiet in the snow scene, many people praying here