• Rod Lucas

Next Shrine Visit Note...

...will be Iseyama Kotaijingu in Yokohama-shi, Nishi-ku.

It is of historical interest mainly because of the way political developments in the early Meiji Period led to it being allowed to use "kotai" in its name.

I expect to publish the note by the end of this week.

As always, any comments much appreciated.

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