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The Kururugi Shrine is located in Area 11 near the sacred Mt. Fuji.

It was the home of Kururugi family, and boarded Lelouch and Nunnally after they were sent to Japan as hostages. Kyoshiro Tohdoh worked here, serving as Suzaku Kururugi's personal instructor at the shrine's dojo.

Kururugi Shrine - Dojo

Kururugi Shrine Dojo where Tohdoh trained Suzaku.

Kururugi Shrine - Family

People living at the shrine prior to Lelouch and Nunnally arriving.

The owner at the time of the invasion of Japan, Genbu Kururugi had decided that Japan would fight to the last man, which ending up with him being killed by his son.

Prior to the Second Assault on Tokyo Settlement, it was used as a meeting place between Lelouch and Suzaku, in which Lelouch pleas with Suzaku to save Nunnally. While Lelouch was pleading with Suzaku, Britanian soldiers massed outside lead by Kanon Maldini. Lelouch was captured, but sometime prior to this time he used Geass on Guilford to make him believe that whenever he assumed the pose of lifting his collar, Lelouch was Cornelia li Britannia. Guilford broke Lelouch out of his cell and aided his escape.

Other Media[]

Nightmare of Nunnally[]

In this alternate storyline Genbu Kururugi was killed by C.C. when he attempts to kill his hostages, Lelouch and Nunnally. During a simultaneous recap by Suzaku and Lelouch it is revealed that Suzaku and Nunnally had once become trapped in a underground room which began to flood, in which Suzaku responded by putting the already crippled Nunnally on a crate that would float.

Suzaku of the Counterattack[]

In this alternate storyline Genbu Kururugi was still killed by Suzaku, but instead for attempting to sell out Japan to the Britannian emperor.

Light Novels[]

In the official light novel Stage 0: Entrance, Suzaku's father was planning on selling out Japan to begin with, and was intent on using Lelouch's and Nunnally's lives as sacrificial pawns for his own greed. This was ultimately what prompted Suzaku to commit patricide.

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