Kinomiya Shrine, Atami

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#1 of 453 in Historic Sites in Shizuoka Prefecture
Religious Site · Tourist Spot
Come and take a walk around the sacred Kinomiya Shrine, a Shinto shrine nestled in an area of dense woodland. Dedicated to the Shinto god of fortune and luck, the shrine centers around a large camphor tree, believed to be more than 2000 years old. Pilgrims believe that one walk around the tree's 24 m (78 ft) round trunk will extend their life by one year, as well as aiding recovery from sickness. Pass around the sacred tree, and admire its natural majesty, which has inspired so many stories and positive beliefs. By using our Atami route planner, you can arrange your visit to Kinomiya Shrine and other attractions in Atami.
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  • It’s one of the instagrammable spots in Atami. You should visit there after 5pm. The shrine was illuminated, so it’s fantastic!  more »
  • The temple is located 5-10mins walk away from the Kinomiya Station, and several buses runs to the stop outside the temple. The temple is evidently popular with Japanese devotees, who mostly visit for....  more »
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  • There was a staff who showed me to the parking lot because it seemed to have been doing a festival. Daegu was a warm and ⤴️⤴️⤴️ very pleasant shrine. It was a visit only by me taking a photograph 📸 around the Toriiguchi. Also, I want to go to say hello.
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  • Relatively new torii gates are right in.
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