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Takeda-jinja Shrine (武田神社)

Shrine

Takeda Shingen, a pre-eminent daimyo from the Sengoku (warring states) period, is enshrined here as a deity. It is said that for those praying at this shrine, not only luck in competitive games can be attained, but you can also be rewarded with a stronger mind to better oneself. In addition, through its efforts to attain prosperity in agriculture, commerce, and industry, the enshrined deity draws many worshipers as the god of industry and economy. The sanctuary within the grounds of the shrine houses a host of treasures such as a Kamakura period sword, Yoshioka-ichimonji, designated a national important cultural property. The Tsutsujigasaki-yakata Ruins, a national historic monument of Japan, is the place where three generations of the Takeda family, Nobutora, Shingen, and Katsuyori, actually lived. Festivals are held throughout the year and attract many, many people.

place

Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Kofuchumachi 2611 (Kofu / Shosenkyo / KatsunumaArea)

phone 0552522609
place

[Treasure Hall] 9:30-16:00

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Details

Address
Yamanashi Pref. Koufushi Kofuchumachi 2611 [map]
Area
Kofu / Shosenkyo / KatsunumaArea
Phone
0552522609
Hours
[Treasure Hall] 9:30-16:00
Fees
[Treasure Hall]
[Adults (High School Students and above)] 300yen
[Children (Elementary and Junior High School Students)] 150yen
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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