Yuki-jinja Shrine

Travel Guide - Yuki-jinja Shrine

Information

Yuki-jinja Shrine honors Yuki Munehiro, a commander who destroyed the Kamakura Shogunate with Nitta Yoshisada in 1333 and contributed to the establishment of a new administration dedicated to Emperor Godaigo.

Red, pink, and white single blossoms, and double-flowered plum trees have been planted in remembrance of him.
Especially famous are the 300 magnificent Shidare plum trees.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 – 16:00
  • 9:00 – 17:00 (mid-February to mid-March)

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 18 minutes walk from JR Akogi Station
  • 14 minutes from Tsu Station on the JR lines, Kintetsu Line or Ise Railway Line by the bus bound for Yonezu or Tenpaku. Get off at Yuki-jinja-mae Bus stop.

Address / Location

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