Kono Shrine

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Kono Shrine
籠神社
Kono-jinja Haiden.JPG
Kono Shrine籠神社 is located in Japan
Kono Shrine籠神社
Kono Shrine
籠神社
Location within Japan
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Address 430 Ōgaki, Miyazu, Kyoto
Coordinates 35°34′58.1″N 135°11′47.8″E / 35.582806°N 135.196611°E / 35.582806; 135.196611Coordinates: 35°34′58.1″N 135°11′47.8″E / 35.582806°N 135.196611°E / 35.582806; 135.196611
Website www.motoise.jp
Shinto torii icon vermillion.svg Glossary of Shinto

Kono Shrine (籠神社, kono jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Miyazu, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The upper sanctuary where Manai-jinja of the Shrine is considered the original place where Toyouke-Ōmikami was enshrined before the age of Emperor Yūryaku.

Genealogy of Amabe Clan, national treasure

Today a genealogy of Amabe, the oldest genealogy written preserved and recorded as national treasure of Japan.

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