Isagawa-jinja Shrine

Travel Guide - Isagawa-jinja Shrine

Information

Isagawa-jinja enshrines three gods, the altar at the center is for the empress of the Emperor Jinmu, the one at the right is for the empress's mother, and the one at the left is for the empress's father.

Since it looks like the parents protecting their child, the shrine is also called baby-sitting shrine, and women visits here to pray for marriage, easy delivery and child rearing.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 7 minutes walk from Kntetsu-Nara Station on the Kintetsu Nara Line

Address / Location

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