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Since ancient times, Fuji Hongu Sengen Taisha has been highly esteemed by the Imperial court, and it was ranked as one of the most eminent shrines in the sacerdotal code established during the Engi period (901-923). The court sent imperial messengers and presented offerings and land to the shrine, which was the most important in the Suruga region. In the age of the samurai, Minamoto-no-Yoritomo dedicated more land to the shrine, while Hohjo Yoshitoki, Ashikaga Takauji, and Ashikaga Yoshimochi, among others, renovated the shrine's main hall. Later, Takeda Shingen and Takeda Katsuyori presented the shrine with various sorts of treasures and Toyotomi Hideyoshi increased its land holdings. In the ninth year of the Keicho period (1604), to commemorate his subduing of Japan and his appointment as shogun by the emperor, Tokugawa Ieyasu built the inner shrine, the outer shrine, and the tower gate, as well as other structures, and dedicated them to the shrine. He also donated the territory on Mount Fuji above the eighth station in the eleventh year of the Keicho period (1606).


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