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(sī`shä), town, Shimane prefecture, SW Honshu, Japan, on the Sea of Japan. It is a religious center, famous as the site of the ancient Izumo shrine. The shrine, said to be the oldest in Japan, is splendidly situated among majestic pines. Together with its many secondary buildings it was rebuilt in 1874. Traditionally all the Shinto gods convene there each October. The town also has a 6th-century Buddhist temple.
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During their stay, the children learned about Japan's modern technological developments at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, experienced traditional Japanese culture by visiting Kyoto's famous Fushimi Inari Taisha, known worldwide as one of the most iconic shrines in Japan, and visited a middle school where they interacted with Japanese students of the same age.
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Kitkat, who was channeling Korean fashion with her skin-toned, knee-length romper, printed sneakers and hair in pigtails, moved to the beat of the K-pop girl group's latest track at the Fushimi Inari Taisha. Curious onlookers watched as she danced like no one's watching.
During their stay, the children experienced Japanese traditional culture by visiting Fushimi Inari Taisha, known worldwide as one of the most iconic shrines in Japan, as well they learned about Japan's modern technological developments by visiting the Osaka Science Museum and the Knowledge Capital, a core facility of the Grand Front Osaka.
Como resultado del analisis cuantitativo, el area de estudio, que corresponde a la Zona de Planificacion 6, se conformo por cinco grupos de cantones, de tal manera que el conglomerado 1 (Cuenca y la Troncal) corresponde a los municipios con caracteristicas mas urbanas hasta el conglomerado 5, que corresponde a los municipios con caracteristicas mas rurales (Tiwintza, Huamboya y Taisha), como se muestra en el Grafico 1.
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The island belongs to a system of three Shinto shrines, together called the Munakata Taisha. They are mentioned in the Nihon Shoki, a historical record of Japan completed in the year 720.
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