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Takayama Inari-jinja Shrine高山稲荷神社


A magical Shinto shrine dedicated to large harvests, maritime safety, and business prosperity which has attracted worshipers since ancient times. In addition to locals, people from far and wide come to visit the shrine. The shrine has a beautiful Japanese garden in which seasonal flowers bloom. The shrine's 1,000 torii, countless red torii gates arranged one after another to form a tunnel, gives the shrine a mystical atmosphere.

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place Aomori Pref. Tsugarushi Ushigatachou Washinosawa 147-1
phone 0173562015

Review of Takayama Inari Shrine

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Reviewed:2017/05/22 Astonishingly Beautiful Temple!
Visited this shrine with my family in May without expecting much of it. However, though, once we got there we were pleasantly surprised by its beauty. It was almost like we somehow wandered into the...
Reviewed:2017/03/31 Takayama v Kyoto
If you have been to Torii Gates Fushimi Inari Shrine Kyoto and if you found that is amazing then you should go to Takayama Inari Shrine.

Although the gates are not as big as Fushimi Inari Shrine...
Reviewed:2016/09/29 Vacation !
Beautiful ! A Must see Shrine ! 205 Torii Gates . Where the Fox meets the Dragon !
Be prepared to walk 96 steps up to get to the Shrine and then down more steps to get to the Torrii gates .



Aomori Pref. Tsugarushi Ushigatachou Washinosawa 147-1 [map]



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Aomori Main Areas


Centuries-old stories of samurai at Kakunodate and the remains of millennia-old archaeological sites including the likes of Isedotai invite history buffs to delve into Aomori’s fascinating history. As the most northern prefecture on the Japanese mainland, Aomori enjoys a cooler climate, which makes it a welcome escape from the southern cities for combining castles, art galleries, and summer festivals with the great outdoors.