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Private Tour - Wonder at the Spirituality of Shinto's Sacred Sites in Ise
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Private Tour - Wonder at the Spirituality of Shinto's Sacred Sites in Ise

There are over 80,000 shrines in Japan; Ise Grand Shrine is special as it is considered to be the most prestigious.<br>We will take you to Naiku, dedicated to the god of the Imperial family, and Geku, dedicated to the god of meals, as well as other shrines.<br>For generations, people have respected the shrines in Ise and the surrounding areas. In the Edo era when trains and cars did not exist, millions of people visited Ise Jingu to pray. You will understand when you see the paintings.<br>You can also try Ise's specialties such as Akafuku and Udon♪<br>You may find out an interesting side of the Imperial family when you visit their gorgeous accommodations.<br>otomo guide will show you the profoundness of shrines.
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Adaying wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore413 contributions30 helpful votes
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Shopping area with lots of interesting stuffs and good local foods to try out... posted my very artistic postcard out here... it’s located near geku inner shrine.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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GAN L wrote a review Nov 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8,582 contributions843 helpful votes
Visitors to Naiku shrine will end up here. They can shop for souvenirs and local Ise products to bring back home. There are many shops to cater to the visitors. There are also many restaurants and cafes.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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olafoomes wrote a review Sep 2019
Amstelveen, The Netherlands1,603 contributions129 helpful votes
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A stone throw away from the Ise Jingu entrance area this very popular shopping street starts and continues for about 750 meters, although the last 150 meters are not that interesting. It is the home for many restaurants, snack- and souvenir shops etc. There is even a great shop where you can buy beautiful chopsticks. Together with Okage Yokocho (a side area at about the halfway point) I was very much impressed by this shopping area.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sak I wrote a review Mar 2019
Orange, Australia405 contributions222 helpful votes
I have visited this area three times. This area is so crowded even on weekdays and I am always tired of it. There are much less visitors in the approach to Geku and I prefer to eat or buy souvenir there.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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SeeMoreLiveMore wrote a review Dec 2018
Singapore, Singapore527 contributions490 helpful votes
Right next to the Ise Jingu Naiku, it is the go-to place for food and shopping between visiting the shrines. It is composed of very pretty restored old streets and is a good place to look for food and souvenirs while taking in the streets and shops.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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