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Kompira Shrine Omotesando

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Kompira Shrine Omotesando

205 Reviews
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892 Kotohiracho, Kotohira-cho, Nakatado-gun 766-0001 Kagawa Prefecture
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Udon shop around Konpira on a cross bike
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Udon shop around Konpira on a cross bike

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・ Recommended for junior high school students who want to enjoy Kotohira and its surroundings by bicycle. (Minimum height for riding a bicycle is 150cm)<br>・ It is a cross bike that is easy for beginners to ride.<br>・ With helmet<br>・ If you run for about 5km, you will find an area with several udon shops. Recommended<br>The staff will teach udon shop!<br>・ After using the rental bicycle, please return it by 6:00 pm on the rental day.連絡 If you cannot return it by 6:00 pm, please contact us in advance.
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Jimcraw74 wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom30 contributions7 helpful votes
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Well worth the effort if you are able to climb the 1368 steps!! You will feel enhanced with the achievement. Plenty of resting places on the way.. Don’t forget your water.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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n s wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada380 contributions70 helpful votes
Beautiful shrine. Honouring those living by the sea. Fine temple and beautiful site. The climb up to it (1600 plus steps) only adds to the visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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MarkGroenewold wrote a review Dec 2018
Takamatsu, Japan408 contributions44 helpful votes
As you are heading up towards the base of the many steps yet to come you will walk past a good number of shops for you to peruse. There is a very nice udon shop to visit if you are close to the lunch hour, shops at which to buy some knickknacks, including a place that does some nice woodwork pieces. There is a place where you can have your feet pecked at to relieve yourself of dead skin (they say it feels great!), and a great place to buy sake too. It does not feel "over commercialized". It just feels nice. Enjoy your stay!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Helen C wrote a review Oct 2018
Hong Kong, China634 contributions95 helpful votes
Though we had visited many temples in Japan, yet nothing in comparison with Kompira Shrine. Got to walk 700 steps to arrive at the main hall and another 400 to O Shrine. The scenery up there is magnificent. Kotohira is just down below. A must when you are at Kotohira.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Wayson H wrote a review Feb 2018
23 contributions1 helpful vote
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800 steps to the top was not difficult even that it was a rainy day. Views with mists was stunning. I felt like i was traveling in the heaven. Lol
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Date of experience: February 2018
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