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Utsunoiya Futaarayama Jinja Shrine, Utsunomiya

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An imposing orange-hued gate marks the entrance of Utsunoiya Futaarayama Jinja Shrine, a 1600-year-old spiritual center. Steep stairs surrounded by massive trees lead to this wooden shrine, designed in a typical Japanese style. Walk through the temple garden to see a few additional shrines, dedicated to various local gods and featuring intricate woodwork. A visit to Utsunoiya Futaarayama Jinja Shrine represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Utsunomiya itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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Concentrated around the city's central station, Utsunomiya's vast selection of hotels ranges from business to luxury stays. Major chain hotels offer affordable rooms, benefiting from central downtown locations and great transport links via subway, bus, or pedestrian bridge.

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  • Friendly shirine if u have some background knowledge about shirine. Good place to visit from inner city area.  more »
  • The shrine has a nice looking entrance, there is a relatively steep set of stairs up to the main shrine. The shrine itself is good looking and very peaceful.  more »
  • The small city is abt.50min away from Tokyo by Shinkansen and a good destination for a half day or even full day trip. You could enjoy some great dumplings or explore some sights. This temple located ...  more »