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Inaba-jinja Shrine伊奈波神社

Shrine

The Inaba Shrine has for many centuries been a place of great spiritual importance for people living in the region. Dedicated to the worship of the Shinto deity Inishiki-Irihiko-no-Mikoto, the Inaba Shrine was originally a place where prayers were offered to protect against floods. In recent years, the Shrine has become very popular with worshippers wishing to pray for the safety of family members or for business prosperity, with people paying their first visit to a shrine in the New Year, with families celebrating the Shichi-Go-San festival, and with worshippers offering up prayers in relation to childbirth, traffic safety, construction or irrigation projects, etc. The Shrine preserves a set of chronicle scrolls of its own origin and history, which has been designated an Important Cultural Property by Gifu Prefecture. The Inaba Shrine is located around 15-minute drive from JR Gifu Station.

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Gifu Pref. Gifushi Inabadori 1-1 (Gifu / Ogaki / YoroArea)

phone 0582625151
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Precincts Free
[Gathering Hall] 9:00-17:00

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Address
Gifu Pref. Gifushi Inabadori 1-1 [ map ]
Area
Gifu / Ogaki / YoroArea
Phone
0582625151
Hours
Precincts Free
[Gathering Hall] 9:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Precincts freedom
Parking Lot
Available(30spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

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          Tucked away in the very center of Japan, Gifu prefecture houses mountains, old towns, and one of Japan's greatest hot springs, Gero Onsen. A tour of the prefecture's traditional architecture will take you from the mountain-enveloped wooden streets of Takayama to the mountain village of Shirakawago, where visitors can explore 250-year-old thatched roofed houses known as gassho-zukuri.

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