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Taga Shrine多賀神社 凸凹神堂

Reference/Local/Exhibition/Literature Museum

Taga Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Uwajima City. The shrine has a museum which includes a priceless collection of artifacts, documents etc. from Japan, China, Korea, India, Nepal and other Asian countries, as well as from Europe, South America, etc., relating to the role of sex in religion, and related folk customs and traditions, etc. The Taga Shrine is approximately 15 minutes’ walk from JR Uwajima Station.


Ehime Pref. Uwajimashi Fujie 1340

phone 0895223444


Review of Taga Shrine

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Reviewed:2018/07/08 We liked it
Me and my wife had a short stop in Uwajima during a train day trip through western Shikoku. It seemed intriguing to visit Taga Jinja shrine and fertility museum after Uwajima castle. It was good to...
Reviewed:2018/05/21 Pray for Long life and fertility
A nice shrine complex with a few sex related items on the grounds. There is an adjoining sex museum. An easy walk from the train station and to/from the Uwajima Castle.
Reviewed:2016/11/23 An interesting Fertlity Shrine but a poor Museum alongside it
We have seen Fertility Shrines in China, South Korea, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand. We have been to "penis parks" in Laos, South Korea and museums of Sex in Paris, South Korea, Prague.

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Ehime Pref. Uwajimashi Fujie 1340 [map]



open everyday
[Admission fee] General 800 yen (no minors allowed)
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