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Izusan Jinja Shrine

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Izusan Jinja Shrine

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Nakamichi Izusan, Atami 413-0002 Shizuoka Prefecture
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See the famous sights around Tokyo on this private tour, which saves you time figuring out public transportation or worrying about navigation. It’s an ideal trip for those looking for a break from the city’s hustle and bustle. There’s so much to see in the area, and this flexible tour takes you straight to what interests you most. Simply choose between visiting Mt. Fuji or Hakone and let your guide lead the way.
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1760022 wrote a review Feb 2019
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan106 contributions39 helpful votes
For those not up to the challenge of climbing 837 steps from the base at Hashiriyu, there is a bus from the station area, which takes only 10-12 minutes, and brings you to the Torii within 200-300 steps of the shrine. Even from here it is quite a climb. For those with a car, there is a car park close to the shrine. No climb needed unless you venture to the Hongu, which is very small (the main hall may well suffice). The shrine is believed to be a source of good luck and is symbolized by two dragons, one red and one white.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Peter Choy wrote a review Feb 2017
Hong Kong, China3,804 contributions178 helpful votes
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This shrine is on Izusan, the hill overlooking Atami. After walking up the steps there you would see the arch and then the small shrines on the two sides, and the fountain where you can clean your hands and then drink the spring water. The shrine itself was not particularly impressive, but if you have time you can walk further uphill to the main temple. If you are in Atami it is a good spot to go.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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GaiginJen wrote a review Dec 2012
D.C.18 contributions31 helpful votes
It is possible to use a car to reach this shrine, but I would not suggest it if you are not an Atami local. Very steep and narrow, with no mirrors or curbs. Be safe and take the challenging stairs, and you are rewarded with a beautiful view and a solemn shrine. The store closes very early so check ahead if you want a stamp. Good for those very interested in Shinto, otherwise the climb may not be worth it for you. Take your time and do not follow a schedule and you will enjoy it more.
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Date of experience: November 2012
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