It was local deity company of Higashiokubo-mura and ever said Okubo Tenman-gu Shrine for a long time. We have the large precincts, and trees of chinquapin make forest even now. kansei did Kitano-Tenman-gu Shrine of Kyoto dedicated to Michizane Sugawara. As main shrine turned to the west (Kyoto), the name called Nishimukitenjinsha (Nishimukiten Shrine) was acquired in the topography. There is common name called jujube (jujube) Tenjin elsewhere, too. When three major family to inherit the shogunate light came in falconry in the Kanei era year (the 1630s), this is thing by tradition that grants tea caddy of jujube of money for restoration such as main shrines, and promoted revival on seeing us which went to ruin. In addition, it is left for book in the Tenna year from the Keian era that it was famous spot for its cherry blossoms. There is Mt.Fuji-shaped mound in the precincts.
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