Shrines are a place to worship for the god of Shintoism, which is originated in Japan. There are a great number of shrines (over eighty thousand) in Japan with their symbols Torii gates located at the entrance. Some shrines hold seasonal festivals and people can enjoy Japanese traditional cultures such as Mikoshi floats and food stalls around them.


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