Atsuta Shrine

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Atsuta Jingu (Atsuta Shrine), also known as Atsuta Sama (Venerable Atsuta) or Miya (the Sanctuary), has been one of the most significant centers of worship in Japan since ancient times. Visitors to the shrine, including those who conventionally visit the New Year practice count up to nine million annually.

信息

地址

1-1-1 Jingu, Atsuta-ku Nagoya, Aichi (路线)

营业时间

24小时开放 现正开放

开放时间

星期一 24小时开放
星期二 24小时开放
星期三 24小时开放
星期四 24小时开放
星期五 24小时开放
星期六 24小时开放
星期天 24小时开放
假期 24小时开放

电话号码

052-671-4151

备品

  • 哺乳室
  • Souvenir shop
  • Restroom
  • 免费停车场
  • 收费停车场

Facilities

  • Restaurant

Accessibility

  • 多功能洗手间

交通方式

3-minute walk from Meitetsu Railways Jingumae Station; 8-minute walk from JR Atsuta Station; a short walk from Meijo Line subway, Jingu Nishi station; Easily accessed by car, the shrine offers free parking on the East side entrance, near the Meitetsu station.

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