One of the eight major shrines is the shrine that Okinawa pilgrims visit most every January. It is very famous but covers a small area, which is quite inconsistent with the popularity it enjoys. Visiting Boshang Palace, a Taoist leader was praying for a pilgrim, walking around the car, muttering something in his mouth. Boshang Palace is not open inside and can not enter to understand the situation of worship, but a lot of wishing cards are seen on the wall outside the palace. They are easy to understand in Chinese. All kinds of wishes are simple and interesting. There are beautiful matching maps. If you look at the wishing cards too much, you will feel like you have come to Mount Wutai. It seems that the temples and Taoist concepts of all countries are the same, bearing the good wishes of the people of our country.
There is a famous shrine on the island. You might as well take a look at it.
Compare the island with a shrine for the protection of the country next to the Palace of Boshang.
National-level shrines hold sacrificial ceremonies here whenever there are major festivals.
The shrine is quiet, and usually there are few tourists.
Without going in, I looked outside in Oakwu Park.