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Eda Shrine (江田神社)

"This is a shrine known as “the birthplace of misogi (purification)” and ""the birthplace of norito (ritual prayer)”. Many worshipers visit the shrine as a place of healing. The deities of Izanami-no-mikoto and Izanagi-no-mikoto are enshrined here, and the shrine is also known as the mother of the two pillars of Daimyojin and because of this, local residents call the shrine “Yabo-sama”. Eda Kagura (Shinto music and dancing) are performed in dedication every year during the spring and autumn festivals."

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Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Awakigaharachou Birth mother 127 (Miyazaki / AoshimaArea)

phone 0985393743
place

[Company office] 9:00-17:00

Review of Eda Shrine

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/08/14 The location is key
Shrines often hsve a standard layout and it is the location that adds to it. In this case the shrine is located on the ocean which gives it this extra
Reviewed:2015/03/23 One of the oldest shrines in Miyazaki.
Hard to find, but very peaceful power spot in Miyazaki. It is said that it is the birthplace of many legends.
Reviewed:2020/03/28 なるほど
案内板の系図等がわかりやすく、面白かったです。ここがそうなのか、というくらい、ひっそりある感じです。

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Address
Miyazaki Pref. Miyazakishi Awakigaharachou Birth mother 127 [map]
Area
Miyazaki / AoshimaArea
Phone
0985393743
Hours
[Company office] 9:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available(50spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Estimated stay time
30-60 minutes

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

Access

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          An unmissable highlight of Kyushu, Miyazaki prefecture satisfies nature lovers with its dramatic gorges cut out of rugged cliffs, leading into waterfalls and beaches of green-blue water popular among surfers. Takachiho Gorge in the north of the prefecture tells a tale of centuries-old Japanese mythology in a fantastic setting, allowing visitors to explore the waters by boat before heading up to the cave at the Awano Iwato Shrine, where the sun goddess was said to have hidden, plunging the world into darkness.