Yasui Jinja Shrine
About this sight
The Shinto shrine Yasui Jinja is dedicated to Michizane Sugawara, the god of learning. It was built in the year 942. The closest station is Shitennojimae Yuhigaoka on the Tanimachi subway line.
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