Atsuta Jingu Shrine, Atsuta

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An auspicious Shinto site, Atsuta Jingu Shrine draws 9 million annual visitors who come to pay respect to its imperial history and marvel at its many relics and treasures. Emperor Keiko, who reigned between 71 and 130 CE, established the shrine to house a legendary sword that was one of three key pieces of Japan's imperial regalia. Today, the buildings house over 4,000 relics and items of cultural and historical significance. Check ahead to see if your visit overlaps with one of the many festivals and events hosted at the shrine. Arrange your visit to Atsuta Jingu Shrine and discover more family-friendly attractions in Nagoya using our Nagoya trip itinerary planning tool .
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  • I visited at the end of September. After getting off the bus stop and passing through a torii, you will follow the approach surrounded by trees. Turn right at the end and follow the gravel approach to see the main shrine. Because it was an evening on weekdays, the people were sparse, and they visited the shrine slowly, and we received a red seal. About five minutes south of The Main Shrine are Hachikengu shrine in Betsumiya and Kamichi-ma Shrine. I didn't have time this time, so I couldn't visit all the shrines, so I'd like to visit them slowly next time. However, there are many new shrines.
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  • It is a short walk from Jingumae Station. When you cross the main street in front of the station, you will find a large green-covered site. To the main shrine, we climb edalyswhere with trees (the road is paved). Like Ise Jingu and Meiji Jingu Shrine, it is strict. I visited on Saturday and Sunday, but it was crowded as a walking path for tourists and local people.
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  • Good place to enjoy New Year atmosphere and to understand the Japanese culture. The place is quite large with a lot of beautiful scenes and great sculptures. You can come here to pray and wish many things or just relax yourself and immerse to the beautiful nature. Worth to visit in Nagoya.
  • Large compound and lots of trees. Nice strolling in the are. The whole place gives you sense of peace and tranquility. Feeling inner peace visiting this place.
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