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Hikosan-jingu Shrine英彦山神宮


A Shinto shrine located in Tagawa County, Fukuoka Prefecture. Said to have once prospered as one of Japan's three great centers of the Shugendo syncretic faith, the shrine is dedicated to the gods embodied by Mt. Kita, Mt. Naka, and Mt. Minami, the only such shrine in the prefecture. Since ancient times, the shrine has been believed to aid agricultural production, mine and factory safety, and luck in victory. A variety of seasonal festivals and rituals are conducted at the shrine to pray for industrial, including the shrine's annual major festival on September 28.


Fukuoka Pref. Tagawagunsoedamachi Hikosan 1

phone 0947850001

All day open

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Fukuoka Pref. Tagawagunsoedamachi Hikosan 1 [map]



All day open
open everyday
Staff Free
Parking Lot
Available (Use Hikosan Slope Car or Bessho Parking Lot)
Credit Card
Not available

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