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“Not a big shrine but should go if you go to Ikaho Onsen”
Review of Ikaho Shrine

Ikaho Shrine
Reviewed 19 May 2016

At the top of stair, you will find this Shire. No crowd, you can find the peace from this place. A small Shire for a couple

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Reviewed 29 November 2014

This shrine is at the top of the Ikaho staircase and has a good view. There's also the start of hiking trail that leads up to the top of the mountain. A 30-40 min hike. You can get to the top of the mountain by rope car in 4 min.

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Reviewed 30 July 2013

Amazing place to visit! from Takasaki station, bus stop no#2, 1050 Yen if not remember wrongly, per way. it tooks maybe around 1 1/2 hour to arrive in the final station.
climb up the road to the hill, till u come to the red bridge, followed the way back to the stone step.
on your way after the red bridge, grab the corn! nicest corn i've ever had! 100 Yen only cheapest in Japan! so cruncy, sweet + little bit salty, drop your $ into the bowl there take your corn yourself.
then follow the path to Ikaho Shrine, JApanese temple, make a wish, by praying with their method drop the money into the hole (how much, as u like)- hit the belss by using the robe=-bow twice- clap twice, pray by say ur name where u stay and make a wish, then bow one time again, to end the pray. then, continue ur journey by walking down on the stone steps, lot of shops u can stopby and buy some souvenir, must try- the redbean paste mini brown bun, Ikaho Famous with their handmade Udon, the shop with limited to 50 Bowl per day (500 Yen per bowl)- started at 1130, half way of the stone steps. then must try- Takoyaki. only 400 yen.
then, try the Onsen (hotspring) at the hotel which the final stop point of the bus.

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