Uji Bridge, Ise

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by David Z.
published on 05 April 2017
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The wooden Uji Bridge at the Ise Grand Shrine, sacred to the Shinto goddess Amaterasu. The shrine was first built in 4 BCE and since the 7th century CE the bridge has been rebuilt exactly every 20 years. Mie Prefecture, Japan.

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