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This place is called "Atsuta san". Originally founded about 1900 years ago. One of the Imperial symbols, Kusanagino Mitsurugi was enshrined. Atsuta Jingu has been specially revered by people, ranking second only to the Grand Shrines of Ise. Atsuta Jingu Shrine has huge spacious place,...More
Visited the Atsuta Jingu shrine near to Nagoya-city in Japan, one of the shrines having the longest history in Japan.
It is regarded as one of the top-rated shrine in Japan. Close to the station of Meitetsu railway line. Just 5 minute walk would bring...More
Stroll while you appreciate the nature and the spiritual atmosphere.
Despite the fact that it is considered as one of the most prestigious shrine in Japan and draw millions of visitors every year, the place has not lost its sanctity.
The spacious ground is surrounded...More
Atsuta Jingu is one of the big "must see" places in Nagoya. So we made sure not to miss it. Frankly, if you have been to any shrines anywhere else in Japan, you will be quite disappointed in this one. The highlight for us was...More