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Hodosan Jinja is straight up the hill from the station and through the giant white torii.
Get there early in the morning to try to beat the crowds, but the first tour group arrives fairly early.
The shrine has an interesting history, one that should...More
The Hodo San shrine at Nagatoro is located at a walking distance of about 15 minutes from the Nagatoro station on the Chichibu Railways. It is wonderfully located with lush green surroundings and at the base of mountain. The locality is picturesque and calm.
Hodosan shrine is located near the Nagatoro station. Along the way to the shrine has a good view. This place was so peaceful. The Torii is in front of the shrine.The shrine itself has colorful. I spent about an hour there.
Being autumn, we decided to go up Hodo-san first on the ropeway, to see the sunset. We probably should have gone a little earlier, in order to walk around at a more leisurely pace. We climbed up the final part of the mountain to Okumiya...More
If you're going to the top of Hodosan to take in the blooming wintersweet and plum trees, by all means stop at this picturesque shrine, where you can buy a fortune in the shape of a miniature fan, along with seasonal local edibles.
this was built 1900years ago
by Yamato Takeru. now ,It colored very beatiful, It likes Nikko-Toshogu shrine.very quiet place I like it.
To acces ,from Nagatoro station It
takes 10minut and The shrin street has some of caffe.If you hate to wailk,may be take FREE...More
Hodosan shrine's grounds can be walked around in 10 minutes or so, and the shrine and out-building, torii, etc. added nice architectural elements to combine with photos of the maple trees. The shrine building itself was ornately carved and painted, and it looks a lot...More