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Motoise Konojinja Shrine

430 Ogaki, Miyazu 629-2242, Kyoto Prefecture
+81 772-27-0006
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Tranquil surroundings!

Very peaceful. No jostle of tourists. Quite a few local performing their daily worship/religious... read more

Reviewed 8 July 2016
New Delhi, India
Beautiful calm temple with recently restored surroundings.

The Motoise Konojinaj Shrine is at the foot of the mountain that the chairlift ascends and is only... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2016
Greater Sydney, Australia
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7 Jul 2016
“Tranquil surroundings!”
1 Jun 2016
“Beautiful calm temple with recently restored surroundings.”
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430 Ogaki, Miyazu 629-2242, Kyoto Prefecture
+81 772-27-0006
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Reviewed 8 July 2016

Very peaceful. No jostle of tourists. Quite a few local performing their daily worship/religious activities. Photography prohibited. Tip:1. On the left side just prior to the exit gate at the back, there is a musical hole with (apparently) water producing musical sounds. 2. Just outside...More

Thank Drdm2013
Reviewed 1 June 2016

The Motoise Konojinaj Shrine is at the foot of the mountain that the chairlift ascends and is only steps away. It was a delightful surprise for us to come across and we wished we had known more about it. Definitely worth a visit.

Thank Brandytessleo
Reviewed 2 December 2015

Motoise Kono Shrine is on the northern end of the Amanohashidate Sandbar. It is considered the most important shrine in Tango Region. According to the historical documents it once enshrined Shinto's most venerated deity-the Sun Goddess Amaterasu; and Toyoukehime, a local deity of clothing, food...More

Thank unescotravelbug
Reviewed 17 September 2015

If you have been to the most sacred Shinto Shrine, the Ise Grand Shrine in Mie Prefecture, you will probably appreciate the significance of this shrine a lot more. It is said to have once enshrined "Amaterasu" (the Sun Goddess) and a local deity, "Toyokehime",...More

Thank Vanessa Y
Reviewed 8 August 2015

Just after arriving in the Fuchu pier by boat, or after walking along Amanohashidate all the way to the end from the Monju area, you will spot a grand-looking shrine in front of you. It’s the Moto Ise Kono Jinja Shrine (or the original Ise...More

Thank Chuzaa
Reviewed 14 October 2014

Not a lot to say about this shrine other that it was very interesting when all was explained by our guide. Again you need to have it explained to appreciate and understand it.

Thank Bob S
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