Mini cardboard model, NIKKO TOSHOGU SHRINE

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Mini cardboard model, NIKKO TOSHOGU SHRINE, made in Japan

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Height8,5 cm
Width7,5 cm
Length8 cm
CompositionPaper
Product originmade in Japan
Age groupadult
Production regionHigashikawaga - Kagawa Prefecture

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Mini cardboard model, NIKKO TOSHOGU SHRINE, made in Japan
The Nikkō Tōshō-gū is a tōshōgū-type Shinto shrine located in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. It is located near the city of Nikkō, in the Nikkō National Park. It is also one of the shrines and temples of Nikkō. There are wise monkeys. Tōshō Shrine was built in 1617 by Tokugawa Hidetada, then shogun in title, to honor one of the last wishes of his father Tokugawa Ieyasu, first shogun of the Edo period and founder of the Tokugawa shogunate. In 1636, Tokugawa Iemitsu enlarged the holy place which took the form which, since 1999, has made it one of the historic sites listed as a World Heritage Site. Eight national treasures such as Yomei Gate and 55 buildings including 34 important cultural properties are lined up, and its magnificent beauty is overwhelming...

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Mini cardboard model, NIKKO TOSHOGU SHRINE

Mini cardboard model, NIKKO TOSHOGU SHRINE

Mini cardboard model, NIKKO TOSHOGU SHRINE, made in Japan

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