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Ishikawa Gokoku Shrine

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Ishikawa Gokoku Shrine
TypeGokoku shrine
(Formerly Shokonsha)
Glossary of Shinto

Ishikawa Gokoku Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Japan. It is a Beppyo shrine, or a shrine that is particularly notable in a certain way with a significant history to it.[1] It is a Gokoku Shrine, or a shrine dedicated to war dead.[lower-alpha 1] Such shrines were made to serve to enshrine the war dead, and they were all considered "branches" of Yasukuni Shrine. They were renamed from Shokonsha in 1939.[2]

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  1. Is this WP:BLUE considering that the shrine is literally named as such?


  1. "別表神社とは?御朱印めぐりに参考になる「別表神社一覧」とマップ | 開運戦隊ゴシュインジャー". Retrieved 2023-04-02.
  2. TAKAYAMA, K. PETER (1990). "Enshrinement and Persistency of Japanese Religion". Journal of Church and State. 32 (3): 527–547. ISSN 0021-969X.

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