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    Nyakuoji Jinja Shrine, also known as Kuma Nonyakuoji Shrine, is particularly popular for its Autumn leaves when the leaves of the surrounding trees have turned various shades of orange and red. Nyakuoji Jinja Shrine Kyoto is along Kyoto’s Philosopher’s Walk. Nyakuoji Jinja Shrine was established by retired emperor Goshirakawa in 1160 as a guardian shrine for Nyakuoji Temple. Repairs on the then four buildings were carried out around the end of last century. In 1978 the entire shrine was combined into one building.

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