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Aekuni Shrine, Iga

#2 of 19 in Historic Sites in Iga
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Aekuni Shrine (敢國神社, Aekuni-jinja) is a Shinto shrine in Iga, Mie Prefecture. It is part of Ichinomiya in Iga Province and is a 2nd-rank national shrine in of the Association of Shinto Shrines. It was founded in the ninth century.
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  • This shrine Continued from the Heian period, there is a venerable. There is a "Momotaro" rock on the right side of the precincts of the stairs. "Momotaro" is a story handed down from ancient...  more »
  • It was a fresh shrine. It might be because of the rain of purification, but the air was dignified. I was able to visit the approach from the parking lot slowly. The precincts were sweep and clean, and the stairs in front of the main hall seemed to have watered. Thank you very well for this year, we also received the Salt cleanse. I went back home with sacred water.
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  • It is a place which exceeded Meisaka from the station of Sasaki or is immediately from Meisaka Ichimiya Interchange, and the company surrounded by the forest of the guardian is quiet while along Meisaka National highway.
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