Aso-jinja Shrine

Travel Guide - Aso-jinja Shrine

Information

Aso-jinja shrine, established in 281 B.C., is the head of 450 branch shrines throughout Japan and is designated as a National Important Cultural Property.
Its Sakuramon main gate is said to be one of the three magnificent Sakuramon gates in Japan, along with Kashima-jingu Shrine in Ibaraki and Hakozakigu Shrine in Fukuoka.
The pine tree called "Takasago-no-Matsu" in the premises is said to bring a good marriage mate.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 16:30

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 15 minutes walk from JR Miyaji Station

Address / Location

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