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笑顔の架け橋Rainbowプロジェクト - I wonder what it's like to see the shishi-odori (deer dance) in deep forest and Takizawa shrine! The dance could have been more enchanting with the beautiful...

I wonder what it's like to see the shishi-odori (deer dance) in deep forest and Takizawa shrine! The dance could have been more enchanting with the beautiful colors of autumn as its backdrop ! Nonetheless I still enjoyed watching the dance in the civic center! Also this place really paints Autumn in full glory! The color of the leaves make me wanna sip some pumpkin latte and of course a slice of pumpkin cheesecake(now I am hungry after thinking about it!😭)! Oh and some facts about the place, women are not allowed to enter the gate because apparently the gods are female (now I know Igot stuck before entering the gate!!!🤔)! Maybe too much estrogen is bad for the place! According to old stories, the shark used to swim to the river stream to pray for the gods of Takizawa shrine and they say the rain help the shark traverse to the shrine! We were hoping to see a shark (que the baby shark song playing in my mind) praying in the shrine since it was raining! But I guess it's not our lucky day!😂 We were also trying to find a kappa (another fyi people need to have a license to hunt for one!🤣) but the only kappa we found were these rain coats which were provided for us by the people of Kamaishi! Kappa by the way means rain coat in English! So yey hope you learned a lot from this long post! #kamaishi #iwate #gogotohoku #shishiodori #mountain #forest #riverstream #god #cultural #awareness #kappa #whereareyou #sharksong #lss #東北の風景 #ドコモレインボープロジェクト

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