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Atsuta Jingu Shrine

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Atsuta Jingu Shrine

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1-1-1 Jingu, Atsuta-Ku, Nagoya 456-8585 Aichi Prefecture
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Yi Qin wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore205 contributions69 helpful votes
A beautiful shrine set in splendid nature that is very well-maintained. Enjoyed the serene surroundings as I strolled through the forested path to the shrine. There's a peaceful walking trail around the main shrine where people can enjoy the nature at its best.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Harris J wrote a review Dec 2019
Qianjin, Kaohsiung1,110 contributions246 helpful votes
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We arrived 1400h. There was only two tour buses. The rest were locals. So it was pretty quiet. It can get very crowded on special occasions and different season. It was a lovely walk and offering of prayers all afternoon
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TanCecilia wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore88 contributions11 helpful votes
Must Visit to this shrine... took a 20mins ride taxi to this shrine. There’s a nearby subway so is convenient too. Is a big shrine and since I have a senior with me so not must explore around. Is a clean and well maintained shrine. On the day of visit we are lucky to witness traditional wedding ceremony. The wedding is being blessed by the shrine personnel. Best time to visit is in the morning with the fresh air for morning walk! 👍
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Date of experience: November 2019
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kirstine2013 wrote a review Nov 2019
Albuquerque, New Mexico765 contributions230 helpful votes
Storing the sacred sword of the imperial regalia, this Shinto shrine is well worth a visit even though there are few English signs. Arriving at Jingu Nishi station follow the sign marked 300 m to the west entrance. After 2-3 minutes turn left & follow the crowds along the tree lined walk-way to the main shrine. After offering prayers, walk to the left & around to the back of the shrine, continuing the path until reaching steps by a stream. There enjoy flicking water onto the central rock with the wooden ladles while making a wish! The path eventually leads back to the entrance.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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GAN L wrote a review Nov 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8,585 contributions818 helpful votes
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Lots of cypress trees. In fact the path leading to the shrine is lined with cypress trees on both sides. Before paying respect in the main shrine hall, worshippers will wash their hands at the water well. After praying, they would proceed to the adjacent building to purchase " well wishes" paraphernalia and placed them at the designated places. They can also draw a fortune stick. If one wishes, one can visit the Treasure Hall at a fee of 300 yen.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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