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Travel from Tokyo to Yahiko Shrine on 29 Oct, drizzling & quiet town. About 15min walk from Yahiko station, passed by tourist center & some shops, from far saw a red tall torii gate standing in greenery, entrance to Yahiko Shrine.
Knowing chrysanthemum festival starts...More
When you go there, a car is better. If u don't have, get a lent a car because train have once a hour. It might be no train at 14 o'clock. you can meet God's and get a power! This is one of Japanese Shinto...More
As I had time to spend before staying overnight in Niigata to go to Sado on the next day, I chose this place. Off at Tsubame Sanjo( Shinkansen), I was prepared to wait for one hour but luckily(I thought then) I found an earlier train...More
Very old shrine enshring the grandchild of Amaterasu-oomikami the goddess to guard the emperor family Sacred atmosphere surrounded by beautiful nature
古い神様を祀る綺麗な神社 信仰がまだ生きており、伝統を感じられます 朝早起きすれば神事も見せていただけるそうです(一月と二月前半はお休み) 兎の伝説にちなんだお菓子がたくさん
One of the most nice shrine in an beautific location built in the 8 th century makes this shrine a unique place to visit. In the midst of the forest & the garden located in the ancient town is this shirne. This location has positive...More
This shrine located in the mid of the forest and garden. The shrine and the area surrounding it is very clean. Japanese who come to pay the respect to the shrine is calm and quite. This make their pray more sacred. The shrine located in...More
The trip from the city of Niigata via train took about 90mins and was very scenic. Once you get off the train in the village of Yahiko you are immediately given the impression of a scene out of Studio Ghibli. Once you are at the...More