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A huge ancient constructed temple with carvings in woods. The temple is located about 5 to 8 mins walks from Toyokawa Inari train station. The temple has many Fox statues and many other prayers banners. The temple is constructed with huge wooden log and kept...More
This beautiful Buddhist temple 3 train stops away from Toyohashi along the JR lida line is a gem! Grounds are well kept and the shrines and temple are beautiful. The old wooden gate is unique and with its two dieties guarding it. A small beautiful...More
From Nagoya one will have to make a day trip as it is not near the Nagoya central. And pardon me it has to be a long review cause of what we saw, experienced and to share!!
However do note that traveling to here could...More
Official name is "Myogonji" ,this isi a temple not a shrine.This place is very famous for "Hatsu moude(First prayer of the year" in January,more than 1 million people visits here.It's not so croeded in other season,but I recommend visiting in the morning,because the toen is...More
Toyokawa Inari embodies the amazing richness and aesthetic sophistication of Japan's cultural heritage. This temple is so beautiful and has such a powerful, magical atmosphere, that it is difficult to praise it highly enough. The quality and scale of the craftsmanship one sees at this...More
I know. Probably the first thing you would say is, ‘why should I go all the way to Toyokawa City?’ You would be surprised. If you visit Japan and you are in the proximity of Nagoya, a trip to Toyokawa City would be an easy...More
It is such a beautiful and peacefull place that it is hard to believe it exists in the middle of the city of Toyokawa. I recommend going there with a good Camera to take pictures of everything (like I did), and be able to record...More
My in-laws live in Toyokawa so I've visited this shrine many times. The main shrine is stunning, and the surrounding grounds with smaller shrines provides a peaceful walk. However, the highlight for me is tucked away in the back so you have to be careful...More