This shrine is not a destination for tourists. It is out of the way and lacks a single romanized letter to be found anywhere on the property.
That said, it is a fantastic destination for those that want to experience a more authentic shine visit.
The unique architectural technique is impressive and refreshing in the light of the thousands of other shrines, that all look the same, you will no doubt see in Japan. They make good use of their space and many of the paths have nice stone work.
You can get very close to the "inner" shrine and even take pictures (we asked a guard and he said it was fine)
It truly is unfortunate that this place isn't as important as Ise, as it blows it away.
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