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Ise Jingu Shrine

The home for Japanese spirits in the middle of exuberant woods.
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Ise Jingu Shrine
Ise Jingu Shrine is called Oise-san, located at the bank of Isuzu River. It consists of two parts, Naiku, a inner shrine, at Yamada-no-hara, which enshrines Japanese local deities, and Gaigu, outer shrine, which enshrine the gods of daily necessities. The pilgrimage path is started from Gaigu and later visit to Naigu. Ise pilgrimage had long been a dream of Japanese people. Many Japanese had wished to attain a once-a-lifetime dream of visiting Oise-san. Two-days trip is recommended because there are many places you should see in both Naigu and Gaigu. You might discover your true Japaneseness in your inside when you put yourself in the middle of exuberant quiet woods.
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    Ise Jingu Shrine
    1, Ujitachicho, Ise-shi, Mie

    Access from major landmarks

    Tsu Station - Ise Jingu Shrine
    From Tsu Station to Iseshi station
    Thirty-five minutes (via Kintetsu Nagoya Line express)
    From Iseshi station to Ise Jingu Shrine
    Approx. Five minutes by walk

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