The Shrine At Ise
By Lily O.
The Shinto Religion
Map of the Shrines
This is the map of the shrines. In the bottom left is the Inner and Outer shrines.
This symbol is commonly used for the Shinto religion, and is of a torii.
The Bridge to the Shrine at Ise
This is the bridge that leads to a six mile path, which ends at the inner and outer shrines.
Map of the Shrines
THE beginning of the inner shrine
The beginning of the outer shrine
The Futami Okitama shrine
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