Shikinen Sengu Memorial Sengu Museum (式年遷宮記念せんぐう館)
The Shikinen Sengu Memorial Sengu Museum exhibits a variety of information about the Shikinen Sengu, a ceremony that has occurred once every 20 years since approximately 1,300 years ago. The building also serves to introduce Japan’s traditional spiritual culture surrounding its deities and functions as an archive of records about the techniques involved in the ceremony. In addition to the various exhibits, there is a break room complete with information terminals and materials that also has periodic exhibitions so one can learn in depth about Ise-jingu Shrine, the Shikinen Sengu, and Shintoism. It is located approximately 10 minutes on foot from Ujiyamada Station on the Kintetsu Toba Line.
Mie Pref. Iseshi Toyokawachou 126-1 Umiya Magata pond (Ise / Shima / TobaArea)
9:00-16:00 (viewing is until 16:30)
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- Mie Pref. Iseshi Toyokawachou 126-1 Umiya Magata pond [map]
- 9:00-16:00 (viewing is until 16:30)
- 4th Tuesday (The next day in the case of Public holiday)
There may be temporary closings due to exhibition change etc.
- [Admission fee] General 300 yen, Small/Junior High School Students 100 yen
- Parking Lot
- Available 320 spaces
※ For the watching guests
- Credit Card
- Not available
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- Route from this Station Route from this Bus Stop Route from this IC Route from this Parking
Nearby Tourist Attractions
Spread across the eastern side of the Kii Peninsula, Mie prefecture boasts hundreds of kilometers of pretty coastline comprising the oyster-rich Toba city and Shima National Park all the way down to Kumano, a city that marks the beginning of part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage, which runs into neighboring Wakayama prefecture. However, Mie is best known for the Ise Jingu Shinto shrine inland, one of the oldest and largest shrines in the country.