Fuji sengen jinja
   The inner sanctuary (oku-miya) at the top of Mt Fuji, dedicated to Kono-hana-sakuya-hime or sengen. The temple has around 1500 bunsha throughout Japan and there are numerous sengen temples located around Mt. Fuji. Sengen is the traditional name of the deity of Fuji.

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