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Ichinomiya Nukisaki-jinja Shrine一之宮貫前神社

The main hall of Ichinomiya Nukisaki-jinja Shrine, with a history of 1,500 years, became a National Important Cultural Property in 1912. The god believed to have founded Japan, Futsunushinokami, and Himeohkami, guardian deity of sericulture and weaving are enshrined here. Futsunushinokami is famous because his name also appears in the Nihon Shoki, the Chronicle of Japan. There are many highlights to see including the worship hall and tower gate which were registered as national Important Cultural Property in 1976. It is approximately 20 minutes by car from Tomioka Interchange on the Joshinetsu Expressway.

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Gunma Pref. Tomiokashi Ichinomiya 1535 (Tomioka / Myogi / ShimonitaArea)

phone 0274622009
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8:00-17:00

Review of Ichinomiya Nukisaki Shrine

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2017/10/01 Interesting
You walk under gates, walking DOWN the steps to worship the God.
Ive heard there are only 3 shrines in this style.

Thank you very much for the special red signature. It looks great.

Otherwise, you...
Reviewed:2020/01/15 初詣
上毛かるたの「ゆ」と言えば、「ゆかりは古し貫前神社」ですね。上野国の一の宮は、珍しい下り宮ですが、その前にいったん登ります。かなり急勾配の階段です。3日の夕方だったせいか、それほど混んでませんでた。
Reviewed:2020/01/07 毎年初詣は初めての処へ
上信電鉄上州一ノ宮から徒歩8分、急な参道を上がりきって、更に階段を上がりきったら、今度は下り階段を降りるとお目当ての神社に到着、なせこのような流れで出来たのかはわかりませんが、不思議な所です。

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Address
Gunma Pref. Tomiokashi Ichinomiya 1535 [ map ]
Area
Tomioka / Myogi / ShimonitaArea
Phone
0274622009
Hours
8:00-17:00
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available (Municipal parking lot 30spaces, large bus 5spaces)
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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