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Kashihara-jingu Shrine

Travel Guide - Kashihara-jingu Shrine

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Kashihara-jingu Shrine was established in 1890 to enshrine the Japan's first Emperor Jinmu and the empress. According to Nihon Shoki (The Chronicles of Japan), the emperor acceded to the throne here in Kashihara in 660 BC.
The shrine's Honden main hall, designated as a national important property, used to be the Kashiko-Dokoro (Palace Sanctuary) in the Kyoto Imperial Palace and was moved here.

Opening HoursOpening Hours

  • Sunrise - Sunset
  • Treasure House: 9:00 - 16:00 *Booking required on weekdays

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  • No closing days

Price / Entrance FeePrice / Entrance Fee

  • Admission Free
  • Treasure House: 300 yen (General, Adult)
  • Treasure House: 200 yen (Student)
  • Treasure House: Admission Free (Child)

Access / Public TransportAccess / Public Transport

  • 5 minutes walk from Kashiharajingu-mae Station on the Kintetsu Minami-Osaka Line, Kintetsu Yoshino Line, or Kintetsu Kashihara Line

Address / LocationAddress / Location

  • 934, Kumecho, Kashihara-shi, Nara, 634-0063

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