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Kuwana Shrine (common name: Kasuga Shrine)

Japan, 46 Honmachi, Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture 511-0023

Kuwana Shrine consists of two shrines, Kuwana Shrine and Nakatomi Shrine. It is considered to be a rare shrine nationwide. It has a history of about 1900 years as Kuwana's oldest shrine, and is an indispensable presence when talking about Kuwana's history. Although many things were lost in the war, we still have tangible cultural assets such as the red seals of Muramasa and Honda Tadakatsu, and the seated statue of Tokugawa Ieyasu, as well as the Ishidori Festival, which is registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. It still holds intangible cultural assets.

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Telephone number 0594-22-1913
Website https://www.kuwanasousha.org/
Access
  • [public transport] From Kuwana Station on the JR Kansai Main Line or Kintetsu Nagoya Line, take the Mie Kotsu bus and get off at the Honmachi bus stop. About 1 minute walk from Honmachi bus stop. [parking] 40 spaces available (free) *As space is limited, please carpool or use public transportation.
Language 日本語
Last Update : 2023.12.16   "Charichari" Nagoya

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