Namino - Ue Shrine
The shrine is only one government managed shrine and the annual festival is held on the 17 May. Evening view is wonderful from its garden which is the best place for rambling.
This is postmarked from Ryukyu in 1971.
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Naminoue Shrine, literally "Above the Waves Shrine", is a Shinto shrine in Naha, Okinawa, Japan. It sits atop a high bluff, overlooking Naminoue Beach and the ocean.
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The Ryukyu Islands, more commonly known in Japanese as the Nansei Islands, are a chain of Japanese Islands. The largest of the islands is Okinawa.
Japan, Ryukyus Islands stamp 1961
Flying Goddess, Airmail, 9