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Izusan Jinja Shrine, Atami

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A Shinto place of worship believed to have been built in the fifth century BCE, Izusan Jinja Shrine boasts several national treasures, such as a deep blue and gold-painted heart sutra, and many intricately executed statues of deities. Overlooking the entire town, the shrine features an exquisite vermilion-colored fountain with a red and a white dragon spewing water into it. Enno Ozuno, the father of mountaineering asceticism, and Kukai, the father of the Shingon School, reportedly trained here. Although the shrine can be reached by car, you can challenge yourself by climbing the stone stairs--837 of them--along a scenic path lined by cherry and yuzu trees. A visit to Izusan Jinja Shrine represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Atami trip builder to plot your vacation.
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  • Extended was breathtaking but exhausting 827 stairs climb to the top. Some dopey to want now. Itself does not have to climb over those from the road on the left of the stairs climb in the car on the parking lot. Lucky charm! Designed black and Red Dragon, I bought myself. Effects not likely.
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  • I arrive in less than 200 steps walked from the parking lot. Mogli will still walk on the sea, or the. Mountaintop shrine is neat and great views. Parking spaces in the 10 or so.
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  • It is a shrine located in Atami Onsen area. Steep stairs, treads so quite formidable. You can shortcut until the parking lot if you have just the car has on the environment. I was doing Spring Festival and to traverse the stairs get, accomodation in a lottery event.
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  • Sticker SBS Radio got 2 Dragon shrine in this topic and one I'm told celebrities... details not want to write shortly after another worshipper there. Souvenirs here sticker is worth to adults!! murmur of prayer is located in Cypress from at least 5,000 yen in Atsugi-city water from old idle Kyoko Koizumi dedicated infinity (Izu shrine original souvenirs with) the parking gate, Torii, but this must-see! nice your doing here even the celebrities who's likable motomiya takes 1 hour hike on foot from under-fired up if you would like to up the stairs from the Orange LINE below the trailhead motomiya under, over the top until Ichige Yoshie w Petite climbing please enjoy it! (and by the way I hate stairs ichige Yoshie, I profess I) start at the Midwinter, and less than 20 minutes to fleece sweat going and
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  • It is the local people. Small "now" child who dedicated a red Torii gate made from operation of the shrine is went wrong. The shrine is what did with due formality kinomiya shrine Shinto shrine and Mishima shrine. And get around in the right-to-I there is air.
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  • It is famous as the source of the early 挙兵. Cut to climb beyond the 800 stage approach stairs from the coast, but then will wait a quiet environment and magnificent views! Nokyo-sho offers awarded between 9-16. Taxi from Atami Station is a 10 min 1000 yen.
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  • Tremendous power spot is ❕ ❕ ❕ always arrive to rise from the parking lot and so did not visit said shrine was visited to source the early Toyotomi Hideyoshi Tokugawa Ieyasu took 3 warlords Oda Nobunaga assassinated by Akechi Mitsuhide's known quite a long staircase is as Lin 突ki抜kemasu of the body upright, the air here will always buy the amulet in a pinch on the verge of being helped will heart out bus from Atami Station taxi but not so far away
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  • I wanted to motomiya-if I have time. In nokyo-sho book cool!!
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