Okinawa Garden Shrine, you can't go to Osaka's big version, first come to this small version to meet your wishes. Except for us, there are only sporadic passers-by in the small shrine. I haven't seen the most spectacular bird house of Paddy Lotus yet, but the rain of Paddy Lotus in the garden is quiet and quiet, which makes people feel good.
There is a garden paddy lotus shrine in Ueno Park. This is the place where the fox God is worshipped. Like the paddy rice lotus shrine in Kyoto, the size of Ueno Park in Tokyo is smaller. But the buildings inside are interesting, especially the statue of the fox god. It's very vivid. In fact, you can visit Ueno Park for a day.
Inside Shangye Park, the Dongzhao Palace dedicated to Kakang Dechuan was built in 1650. The building is magnificent. There are 95 stone lanterns and 195 bronze lanterns on both sides of the road. The largest lake in the park, the Intolerant Pool, is where countless birds migrate and dock.
There is the entrance of the shrine on Cherry Blossom Avenue in Upper Wild Park. You can get to the Intolerance Pool from the shrine. The shrine area is very small. It is integrated with the five shrines on the edge. The red bird house is very good and suitable for photography.
Flowers are still blooming, but not too many. Fortunately, they catch up with each other and there are not many people because the lotus flowers here, which come on weekdays, emit a peculiar fragrance. They can take pictures with their families here. They are said to be able to get married and they are very experienced and interesting to try.
There are also several small shrines in Shangye Park, the most famous of which is the Garden Rice Lotus Shrine. The God of rice and lotus, the God of grain and food in Japanese mythology, is in charge of harvest. Legend has it that he sometimes appears in the form of a man, sometimes in the form of a woman, or even in the form of spiders and other forms. He has two foxes, a white fox and a fox cat. Owing to the fact that the God of rice and lotus is in charge of high yields and is beginning to symbolize wealth, the God of rice and lotus is now the largest number of shrines in Japan. I went in and turned around. I thought it was funny and asked for my signature. Good signatures can be taken home. Bad ones are tied to the rope at the door of the shrine.