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  • Will Image

    Will Will

    To share the thoughts of the noble souls who gave up their lives for the country they loved, Yasukuni Jinja displays a selection of last messages at the front of the shrine every month.

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    About Yasukuni Shrine About Yasukuni Shrine

    The origins of Yasukuni Jinja lie in a shrine called Shokonsha, which was established on June 29, 1869, by the will of the Emperor Meiji. In 1879, it was renamed Yasukuni Jinja, the name it still bears today.

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    Access Access

    Information on how to get to Yasukuni Jinja

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    Festivals and Rituals Festivals and Rituals

    Yasukuni Jinja hosts various festivals and events throughout the year.

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    Precinct Map

    Photo gallery

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    Yushukan Museum Yushukan Museum

    The Yushukan Museum exhibits precious historical materials, such as last messages and personal effects, to convey the thoughts and circumstances of those enshrined at Yasukuni Jinja to people living in the present day.

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