The name of a shrine appeared on any medias in the world the other day as G7 leaders visited there after the summit 2016.
Among the sanctum has received many coverages from overseas, I easily introduce it with some photos of inside.
Shrine is a sacred spot that people visit to pray on Japanese religion called Shinto
Regardless of the ancient religion, shrine gets quite popular as one of the sightseeing spot among overseas these days.
Smart travelers know that visiting to a sublime shrine is an efficient way to touch Japanese tradition, convention, and nature.
Just one thing to remember before visiting
Ise Jingu mainly consists of two parts called ‘Naiku (内宮)’ and ‘Geku (外宮)’, and you should visit to Geku at first ahead of Naiku as a formal procedure.
But if you don’t have enough time in your stay, that’s OK to visit to only Naiku because it’s not strict much on welcomed visitors.
Where is Ise Jingu located in Japan, and how to get there?
Ise Jingu is located in Mie prefecture which is almost central part of Japan near Osaka, Nagoya or Kyoto.
In case of using train from these cities, it takes about 2 hours with some walk, taxi, or bus.
If you’d like to know exact accesses by each transportation, please visit Access on the official site.
I hope you’ll have traditional Japanese touch at the historical place in your trip.
Thanks a lot for reading to the end.