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御嶽神社 Mitake Shrine Blessing dogs health and long life.


御嶽神社へ犬のご祈祷に行ってきました.  
Mitake Shrine blesses dogs as your request.



ロープウェイがあるのですが、今回は徒歩であがり、下りはロープウェイで降りてきました。
The place have a funicular. We climbed on foot, and descended on funicular. One way ticket for 600 yen for human adult. 260yen for middle sized dog. 1,500 yen for parking.



ご祈祷一犬につき3,000円です。
3000 yen for blessing ritual of one dog.




神社の奥にはロックガーデンという、紅葉が素晴らしい小川の散歩道があります。
The place also have trails called "Rock Garden" backyard where you can enjoy change of color of leaves in this time of year.










背後を通過。
A funicular passed behind Cliff and Aisu.

 

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