Goshuin number 48 is from 伊佐爾波神社 (Isaniwa Shrine). It lies at the top of a hill overlooking the Dogo Onsen area.
So. many. STAIRS.
The shrine is a beautiful example of the Hachiman-zukuri style of construction, of which only three examples remain. In this style, two parallel, gabled buildings, are connected on a non-gabled side. This means it’s actually one building, but it looks like two when you look at the gables.
This building is then surrounded by a fancy wall.
The details on the gables were beautiful!
And here are some more pictures of the inside area.
Here’s the stamp! The name of the shrine down the middle wasn’t actually written in my book. I think it was more like… pounded? Not sure.
Date acquired: April 30th, 2019
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