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SojaDaijingu Shrine總社大神宮

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Shrine

A shrine in Kyomachi 1-Chome, Echizen City. To reduce the burden of pilgrimage a local official decreed that all the divine spirits of Echizen Province would be enshrined together in this one location with the primary enshrined deities being Onamuchi-no-Mikoto and Emrpess Koken. Locals refer to the shrine by the familiar name Osonja-san and lots of visitors gather for the July 1st summer festival where Shinto rituals including the Chi-no-Wa Kuguri (Passing through a woven grass ring) are held.

place

Fukui Echizen-shi Kyomachi 1-4-35 (EchizenArea)

phone 0778221127
place

9:00-17:00

Review of Sojadai Shrine

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/07/16 越前市観光にて
武生駅から周辺を散策して、ヨコガワという店でボルガライスを食べて、そのついでに立ち寄りました。『越前国府』と書かれた石碑がありました〇
Reviewed:2019/05/01 街中の神社
武生の街中にある神社で初詣には混雑しますが普段はひっそりとしています。境内はあまり広くはないので観光としては短時間で終わります。近くにボルガライスの有名店があります。
Reviewed:2019/04/06 静かな境内
JR北陸本線武生駅から徒歩10分弱にある神社です。アプローチする参道や、近くの寺町通りは石畳。情緒があります。境内も広く、静かでした。

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Details

Address
Fukui Echizen-shi Kyomachi 1-4-35 [ map ]
Area
EchizenArea
Phone
0778221127
Hours
9:00-17:00
Closed
Not available
Fees
Worship Free
Parking Lot
Available(20spaces)
Credit Card
Not available
Smoking
Not available
Wi-Fi
Not available
Vegetarian Menu
Not available
English Menu
Not available
Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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