Ujigami Shrine

Sightseeing information about Ujigami Shrine in Japan.

World Heritage: Ujigami Shrine4.0

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This old shrine stands in quietude near the Uji River and is considered a guardian shrine of the nearby Byodoin Temple. The main hall has a curved asymmetrical roof extending more on one side, a typical architectural style commonly seen in Shinto shrines. It is listed as one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kyoto.

Purposeworld heritage,sightseeing
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4.02 weeks ago

Recommended if you combine it with a walk through the mountains and a visit to the famous tea shops in town.

5.03 weeks ago

The shrine is small but cozy. The rabbits are the icons of this shrine.

4.02 months ago

A shrine dedicated to a rabbit prince. More spiritual than Uji shrine 😇

5.03 months ago

Quiet temple and also very close to the beginning of a walk to get up hill where you can have an amazing view!

3.07 months ago

This is a place where cultural heritage is more than tourist attraction. The place is relatively small compare to all other attractions near by or in Kyoto area. You can finish this place within 5 min. Therefore do not expect great views or austonishing experience, if you are not so into the cultural experience.
On the other hand this place is very traditional and is not commercialized as other attractions. You can experience the most authentic essence of Japanese culture here.

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