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Kasama Inari Jinja笠間稲荷神社


Located in Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture, this shrine has long been the object of adoration for the god of rich harvest and mercantile success. Considered to be one of Japan’s Top Three Inari Shrines, it hosts 3.5 million visitors every year, and is one of the prefecture’s best spots for New Year’s worship. A number of religious ceremonies like yabusame and bugaku are performed during the “Kasama Chrysanthemum Festival” held in autumn.


Ibaraki Pref. Kasamashi Kasama 1 (Mito / Oarai / HitachinakaArea)

phone 0296730001


Review of Kasama Inari Shrine

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Reviewed:2018/05/12 Beautiful shrine in kasama Japan
We took the city tour bus which was about £1. for the tour around town, you can get off at any of the stops and catch the next bus. It all starts at the railway station and after an afternoon of...
Reviewed:2018/05/09 Wonderful Inari Shrine and fantastic gardens.
This is a lovely example of an Inari Shrine. It also has a lovely wisteria themed garden. This is stunning and best visited in early to mid April to see at its best.
We visited early in the morning...
Reviewed:2018/04/13 Kasama Inari is regarded as one of the most popular Inari shrines.
Kasama City, about twenty kilometers west of Mito City is known for Kasama pottery and Kasama Inari Shinto shrine. Inari shrines worships Ukanomitama, the Goddess of harvest. Foxes are believed to be...

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Ibaraki Pref. Kasamashi Kasama 1 [ map ]
Mito / Oarai / HitachinakaArea
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          Just a stone’s throw from Tokyo, Ibaraki is a coastal prefecture that has mastered juxtapositions, where old shrines meet new scientific discoveries and traditional gardens are frequented by the inventors of some of the newest technology. Head to Mito City's Kairakuenーone of Japan's Three Great Gardensーin spring to experience the cellestial blooming of fantastic cherry blossoms at the annual sakura festival.

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