Amatsu Shinmei-gu Shrine

Travel Guide - Amatsu Shinmei-gu Shrine

Information

Amatsu Shinmei-gu Shrine, founded in 1186 by Minamoto-no-Yoritomo, enshrines the Seven Gods, including the Amaterasu-Omikami (the Sun Goddess), Toyouke-Omikami (goddess of agriculture and industry), Ebisu (god of fishermen and fortune), and Ohoyamatsumi (god of the mountains, sea, and war).
Shinmei-gu Shrine is also known as the Ise Shrine of the Boshu region.

The Marubachisha tree (also called Nanjamonja tree) can be found on the temple grounds and is a Prefectural Designated National Monument.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 5 minutes taxi ride from JR Awa-Kominato Station
  • 5 minutes taxi ride from JR Awa-Amatsu Station
  • 25 minutes walk from JR Awa-Amatsu Station

Address / Location

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