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Kashima "Wood carving workshop Sugicho, Hizen-Hamashuku, Yutokuinari Shrine"

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The popular Yutoku Inari Shrine, with its striking, brilliant vermillion buildings, is known as one of the three great Inari shrines and temples (sandai inari), and is said to bring bountiful harvests and prosperous business. You can enjoy seasonal flowers, including cherry blossoms and azaleas, and fall leaves here.
Recently people have been renting kimono in the shopping street in front of the shrine and visiting the shrine in kimono. The fortune slips in different languages are also famous.

Plus, Kashima is an area where Japanese sake-brewing flourishes, centered around Hizen Hamashuku with its white-walled buildings. In 2011, the "Nabeshima" made here was chosen as the IWC’s Champion Sake. During the Kashima Sakagura (sake brewery) Tourism in late March, you can enjoy touring the six breweries in the city.

Street address

Kashima City, Saga Prefecture

Access

  • Travel by bus from Yutoku Inari Shrine to Hamashuku
    Yutoku Jinja-mae to Kojodanchi Iriguchi

Opening Hours

Varies depending on the establishment

Closed

Varies depending on the establishment

Fee

Website

http://www.city.saga-kashima.lg.jp/kanko_en/

Best season

All year

Point

繧ケ繝昴ャ繝亥錐

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