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All reviews good luck parking area parking lot the bus the cliff day pass left hand en route the tourist information centre beautiful setting car parking terrace overlooking the ocean shops selling coastal road cave pebbles rope
We drove here and parked in the car park, then walked the test of the way to the shrine. Most of the walk is uncovered and hot in the sun, but there is a pedestrian tunnel halfway through which has the coolest breeze you cool...More
This shrine is built on a not very high cliff along the Nichinan coast which makes it special. This is not big that within the shrine area there’s not too much walking or stairs and I think it’s suitable to come with elderly or kids....More
We got off the Norwegian Jewel and took the shuttle to the tourist information centre. There they gave us very clear instructions where to board a local bus to the shrine. Took about 30 min but the bus was super crowded. Didn’t want to wait...More
Is an incredible place. Situated in the cost give a wonderfull vie of the sea ad the place. Moving on and dicovery it you'll see mnay different kind of shrine, one inari too but the main and special one is in the last place.....
We visited Udo Jingu in May. There's some great scenery on the way to and from if taking the coastal road. We learned the hard way to drive past bus parking area and take a narrow (often 1.5 cars wide) further south that leads to...More
With an impressive coast leading to Udo Shrine - take Route 220, and be sure to sideswipe to the Horikiri Pass - the drive to Udo is almost as impressive as the temple itself.
Lined with cafes and trinket stalls along the steps towards Udo,...More
I visited Udo Jingu just a couple of weeks back. If you had to pick one shrine to visit on a time limited vacation, I strongly recommend going to this one. Udo Jingu is build along and on a cliff looking out onto a beautiful...More
Once you arrived at the parking lot, you will need to walk in for about 10mins to get to the shrine. However, there are shops and cafe along the way as you are walking in. We went straight to the shrine first which was amazing...More
the thing i liked about this shrine was (a) the drive enroute to the shrine itself was AMAZING! it's a coastal road so you already get a really good and scenic drive along the way.
this shrine is built under a rock/cave which is quite...More
There's no reason why you couldn't. I mean, they're in opposite directions, but if you start your day early enough, you can hop on the 90-minute or so bus to Udo Jingu (which also stops at Aoshima, if you... More
There's no reason why you couldn't. I mean, they're in opposite directions, but if you start your day early enough, you can hop on the 90-minute or so bus to Udo Jingu (which also stops at Aoshima, if you fancy)... and when you return to Miyzaki, grab the hour-long Aya Shusen no Mori bus towards the suspension bridge. That's a minimum of five hours on a bus altogether, mind.
Honestly, you're better off hiring a car for the day if you've got an international driving licence. It will give you the freedom to pop into Sun Messe Nichinan, too. But if the extended bus time doesn't bother you, just set off early morning and you can be back in Miyazaki in time for dinner.