Sada-jinja Shrine appears in "Izumo-no-Kuni Fudoki", an ancient records of Izumo which was completed in 733, and has long been worshipped as "Izumo Ninomiya", or the second Izumo-Taisha Shrine since then.
The shrine has a rare characteristic of being composed by three impressive Taisha-style buildings which are designated as a national important cultural property. Sada Shin-noh, a ritual Noh dance which is designated as an intangible UNESCO world heritage, is performed at the shrine.
- Open 24 hours
- No closing days
Price / Entrance Fee
- Admission Free
Access / Public Transport
- 30 minutes from JR Matsue Station by the bus bound for Etomo. Get off at Sada-jinja-mae Bus stop.
- 佐太神社公式ホームページ (Only available in Japanese)
Address / Location
- 73, Kashimacho Sadamiyauchi, Matsue-shi, Shimane, 690-0331
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