This is a shrine in Tateyama with a history of about 2,700 years. A large pure-white torii-gate stands on the approach leading to the shrine, which stands as if embraced by a deep forest, creating a solemn atmosphere. It is said that the "Itsukushima-sha" shrine, which is made by hollowing out a huge rock, enshrines "Ichikishimahime-no-Mikoto", the god of maritime safety. There is also a Japanese-style cafe called "Awa-Adzuchi Teahouse" in the shrine, where you can enjoy matcha green tea, Japanese sweets, and handmade rice balls. In spring, on both sides of the approach-way to the shrine, cherry blossoms are in full bloom. Be sure to visit when it is in full bloom.
|Business Hours||Red stamp 8:30〜18:00 Pray 9:00〜16:00|
|Regular Holiday||Opening all-year-round|
|Street Address||589, Daijingu, Tateyama, Chiba|
|Notes||Visiting time 6:00〜18:00|
To prevent coronavirus infection, some stores may take measures such as shortening business hours, closing business hours, and temporarily closing equipment. For details, please check the official website or call.
Share this spot
Find nearby spots
Let's find the spot of Boso Peninsula by genre