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Miyajidake-jinja Shrine宮地嶽神社


This Shinto shrine is dedicated to Empress Jingu, Katsumura-no-Okami and Katsuyori-no-Okami. A large number of visitors come to pay homage to the gods of business success, road safety and family security. The special shimenawa rope hung at the inner shrine is 11 meters long and weighs 3 tons, making it Japan’s largest. The Okunomiya Fudo Jinja Shrine at the back of the shrine is located inside a large stone chamber belonging to the Maruzuka Kofun ancient tomb. Twice a year, the sun setting into the sea shines a light on the torii gate and road up to the shrine, creating a “road of light” leading to the shrine. This appears in February and October, so be sure to visit after checking the schedule.


Fukuoka Pref. Fukutsushi Miyajimotomachi 7-1 (Fukuoka / DazaifuArea)

phone 0940520016

[Ohondon Opening Hours] Sunday Out-Sunday On
[Prayer Reception Hours] 8:30-17:00
[Award] 7:00-19:00

Review of Miyajidake Shrine

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2016/12/27 Fantastic!
As the sunrise is expected to be 7:18 a.m., I took the first subway train from Ohori Koen, the first JR train from Hakata and the first bus from Fukuma to reach there around 6:00 a.m. Though it was...
Reviewed:2018/11/03 光の道!
Reviewed:2018/11/03 海まで一直線の道です。

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Fukuoka Pref. Fukutsushi Miyajimotomachi 7-1 [ map ]
Fukuoka / DazaifuArea
[Ohondon Opening Hours] Sunday Out-Sunday On
[Prayer Reception Hours] 8:30-17:00
[Award] 7:00-19:00
open everyday
[Admission fee to worship]Free
Parking Lot
Available About1000spaces
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