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Tsukubasan Shrine, Tsukuba

(4.2/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It is up only Mt. Tsukuba shrine. It is near the Mt. Tsukuba cable car station. Able to visit ago or after climbing in the mountains, it is useful. It is recommended that has several parking facilities in the vicinity of the shrine, the shrine uphill so as much as possible go by car to the parking lot near the shrine.
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  • 筑波山神社位於筑波山的半山腰,附近有許多傳統的小賣店,賣蟾蜍形狀的仙貝,蟾蜍油,還有蟾蜍。似乎蟾蜍是筑波山的名產(因為筑波山的形狀與蟾蜍也像)。同時應該也是筑波市內最大的神社了,不同於東京的熱門景點,來這裡相當有融入當地氣氛的感覺噢!  more »
  • Mt. Tsukuba is being called the power spot, somehow there is the air of antiquity. You can go to Tsukuba YAMAGAMI co cable or car. Me well I don't, I'm sure to
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  • Beautiful shrine, and right next to mount Tsukuba
  • Nice shrine
  • Sits near mountain top and has beautiful scenery.
  • Usual Japanese temple with long history, beautiful scenery in surrounding area.
  • I wonder where to go by car, a little confusing also. I think it takes so that people in the parking lot around 1, 500 yen, but ask them to get better. DW, Ito Izanagi nuo lives, we are dedicated to the family God of the 4 pillars of Italian Izanagi nuo lives, Amaterasu Omikami, tsukiyomi, Susa, hiruko life. We have, your time is precious God, was active in the first age of Mythology the first Festival to come visit the thing;
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