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Nikko Tosho-gu Shrine

Tokugawa Ieyasu was the founder of the Tokugawa Shogunate and his political power continued for more than 250 years (1603-1867). When he knew that he was on the brink of death, he drew up a project to be carried out after his death-this great shrine. Actually, building Tosho-gu in Nikko was only part of his plan. Tosho-gu Shrine itself is one of the most popular "World Heritage Sites" in Japan. It contains a lot of secret magic, which is described in this series.

The creation of Tosho-gu was set in motion by Ieyasu, and physically set in place by priest Tenkai. Kano Tanyu designed the carvings for its structures. And another designer, Kobori Enshu, arranged the landscape plan for Tosho-gu.

INDEX
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1 Supreme power spot produced by Ieyasu and his followers:
 Magic lines & the path to Poralis
2 Hidden signs behind its many carvings:
 5173 sculptures & carvings
3 “Unknown” Western methods used in ground's design:
 Perspective, Vista, and Golden ratio
4 The Beauty and Wonder of Tosho-gu:
Enjoy the Magic of this World Heritage Site


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