Mihara Goshushi Tour-Walking around the castle town Mihara-

Goshushi is a stamp of warrior issued to a temple or a shrine as a proof of payment.
The payment of sutras refers to paying sutras to shrines and shrines in order to pray for peace in this world, good luck in the afterlife, or for memorial service, but since the Heian period about 1,000 years ago, not only monks, but also nobles and samurai It is said that he started to pay. And now, we have got a red seal as a proof of worship.

The town originated from the castle town of Mihara Castle, which is known as “Ukishiro / Ukishiro” because it appears to float on the sea at high tide. Walking through “ Castle Town Mihara ” where many shrines and shrines gathered by Tomokazu Kobayakawa who built Mihara Castle are still scattered nowadays, it is excellent at defense of castles, such as difficult-to-attack 1-letter and key-shaped alleys and steps to prevent flood damage You can see that it was.

Urbanization has progressed, and the castle has disappeared, but the beautiful stone walls of Tenshudai still remain.
Please enjoy the Mihara Goshushi tour while feeling the remnants of the castle.
* Duration: 2 hours
* Starts: Mihara, Japan
* Trip Category: Cultural & Theme Tours >> Cultural Tours




Goshushi is a stamp of warrior issued to a temple or a shrine as a proof of payment.
The payment of sutras refers to paying sutras to shrines and shrines in order to pray for peace in this world, good luck in the afterlife, or for memorial service, but since the Heian period about 1,000 years ago, not only monks, but also nobles and samurai It is said that he started to pay. And now, we have got a red seal as a proof of worship.

The town originated from the castle town of Mihara Castle, which is known as “Ukishiro / Ukishiro” because it appears to float on the sea at high tide. Walking through “ Castle Town Mihara ” where many shrines and shrines gathered by Tomokazu Kobayakawa who built Mihara Castle are still scattered nowadays, it is excellent at defense of castles, such as difficult-to-attack 1-letter and key-shaped alleys and steps to prevent flood damage You can see that it was.

Urbanization has progressed, and the castle has disappeared, but the beautiful stone walls of Tenshudai still remain.
Please enjoy the Mihara Goshushi tour while feeling the remnants of the castle.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Mihara Castle Park, 1-1 Yakata, Mihara 723-0004 Hiroshima Prefecture

Around JR Mihara Station, there are many temples that were sent during the construction of the castle.
This is related to the fact that the temple and shrine had the role of a fort based on the strategy of Takakage Kobayakawa, who was called Chisho.
Mihara Castle has never received a fire since the castle was built.
First of all, charge and power with “Tendaidai” which has the strategy and lucky strength!
Gather your red stamp while visiting a local guide and power spot.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Mihara, Mihara, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku

Stroll through the castle town Mihara. On the way, stop by the shrine where you can get your red seal. The temple and shrine you drop in depends on the day you stroll.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes