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The Umenomiya Taisha is a Shinto shrine dedicated to Oyamazumi-no-kami, the god who first brewed sake.
The Umenomiya Taisha is a Shinto shrine dedicated to Oyamazumi-no-kami, the god who first brewed sake. It is also visited by couples wishing for a child and an easy delivery.
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