The only path to this Nagasaki Shinto shrine gets swallowed by the sea every day【Video】

The place to be….

A popular destination for those looking for love or trying to start a family, but you’ll want to check the tide schedule before you visit.

The Shinto faith holds that there is divinity in nature. As such, many of the Shinto shrines that dot the Japanese countryside weren’t built to be easily accessed by visitors, but rather to be close to mountain peaks, dense forests, or coastal promontories.

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A popular destination for those looking for love or trying to start a family, but you’ll want to check the tide schedule before you visit.

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