Kashihara-jingu is the east foot in Unebiyama in Kashihara-shi, Nara and the shrine where it exists in Kume-cho. It was built on April 2, 1890 based on the description of “Chronicles of Japan” to which Emperor Jinmu who can tell the first emperor acceded at Kashihara shrine.

It’s built “hiwatabuki” in the vast precincts of a Shinto shrine as much as about 500,000 square meters. A main shrine built with Shiraki and kaguraden are harmonized with green in the deep forest which becomes an approach to Shrine of a gravel and a background. Honden reconstructed Kashikodokoro in Kyoto Gosho Palace in a new location, and is designated as an important cultural asset with Bunkaden.

Address: Kumecho 934, Kashihara-shi, Nara (GoogleMap)



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