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Miyazaki Shinto Shrine

2-4-1 Jingu, Miyazaki 880-0053, Miyazaki Prefecture
+81 985-27-4004
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Japanease First Emperor's Shrine

Here is the shrine the first emperor is enshrined. You can see the symbol of the Imperial Family... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2016
Ryuichi K
Peaceful at tune with nature

The sacred island is still sacred to the Japanese . There was a traditional wedding at the temple... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2016
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2-4-1 Jingu, Miyazaki 880-0053, Miyazaki Prefecture
+81 985-27-4004
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Reviewed 24 September 2016

Here is the shrine the first emperor is enshrined. You can see the symbol of the Imperial Family to the entrance of the door. 2000yeas ago,Emperor was enthroned in Nara Prefecture starting Miyazaki.

1  Thank Ryuichi K
Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

The sacred island is still sacred to the Japanese . There was a traditional wedding at the temple which was marked by its simplicity and serenity To bad we had pouring rain throughout our visit but saw the beauty anyway in contra distinction of western...More

2  Thank steverA8718SU
Reviewed 25 October 2015

First Emperor Jinmu Tenno had departed from Miyazaki and moved to Kashihara(Nara). Ship replica of at the time of the departure from the harbor is exhibited. October 31 is Jinmu Festival. In the downtown area, parades and projection mapping is planned.

1  Thank Ryuichi K
Reviewed 15 September 2015

When we arrived in Miyazaki it was early afternoon so we took a bus from our hotel to the shrine. It was an easy ride and the bus dropped us off in the parking area right in front of the main torii to the shrine....More

2  Thank hfot2
Reviewed 16 February 2014

This shrine has a pleasant park. The grounds are well maintained and serenely laid out. Be sure to visit the Prefectural Museum next door if you're in this area.

1  Thank LaurelPrince
Reviewed 21 October 2013

I visited the Shrine at a sunny day just after typhoon. The colour of sky was so blue and the water colours on that date were great. The shrine itself is so so but the water colours and stone lines on the water, hills create...More

1  Thank Marcus567
Reviewed 2 September 2013

This is a rather quiet shrine, and not that touristic. Worth visiting in early morning when there is even less people. After visiting the front yards of the main structure (you can't go beyond), take a stroll to the backyard to the right of the...More

2  Thank kwcng
Reviewed 1 December 2012

It's very quiet - made us hush hush when we walked in. Not very touristic, which I liked. You can walk to/from the museum and it's a nice stroll in the woods

1  Thank Crystal L
Reviewed 22 March 2012

Ive seen a lot of shrines in Japan. This one was fine, but not all that interesting. Worth stopping by on your way back from the peace park.

1  Thank ThreeFromVancouver
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