“Dragon” in Ryu Shrine, Oyama, Tochigi pref. 31km

龍神社の龍(栃木県小山市)のGPSアート

GPS art of a dragon drawn at one of Tochigi’s most popular Hatsumode spot🐉✨

This GPS art course allows visitors to draw the Chinese character for the Chinese zodiac animal “dragon (龍)” in the vicinity of Ryu-jinja Shrine, a Hatsumode (New Year’s visit) spot in Tochigi Prefecture that is associated with dragons.
Ryu-jinja Shrine, located in Oaza-Hachigata, Oyama City, enshrines a dragon. The dragon god is the highest title in the world of gods and has the power to solve any problem in the universe. Because of the image of the dragon ascending to the heavens, he is considered a symbol of success and development, and he is more beneficial than any other deity for those who aim to improve their work, money, and success.
Since 2024 is the Year of the Dragon, dragon shrines across Japan may become popular Hatsumode spots. We hope you will try it as a sightseeing trip that avoids the density 🐉✨

龍神社の境内
Source: kyonsight, Shrines in Tochigi pref.

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