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We visited the Shrine whilst on a cruise day stop. We saw several Shrines whilst in Japan and although they all seem very much alike there is always a different charm to them all. It was quiet and peaceful, as was the town itself. A...More
My wife and I visited the Kehi shrine as part of a day trip to Tsuruga. We were fortunate to be see some traditional dance and music demonstrations but most striking for us was the friendliness of the people. The city was SO welcoming and...More
The shrine sits on expansive grounds and, therefore, is also surrounded by a tranquil ambience. It has a major shrine building where worshippers can toll a bell plus a number of smaller outer shrines. With in the grounds there is a fish pond. For the...More
We took a train to Tsuruga and visited this shrine while in the town. It was nice and peaceful with no crowds. However the famous Torii entrance gate - one of the largest in Japan, was completely covered in scaffolding and was disappointingly not visible....More
The shrine is beautiful and famous for its huge gate at the entrance. Have heard from the locals they believe drinking natural water came from the turtle sculpture there (just nearby the place where people washing their hands and mouths before praying), will give you...More
This is another one of the many many shrines in Japan. There is not much that makes this different than the many other ones. Nice visit...worth about half an hour. Interesting little town of Tsuruga so makes for a nice walk. Winter is a bear...here....expect...More