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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3.04 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.

4.04 weeks ago

It's one of the oldest temples or Jinja in Japan, maybe from the look of this place is not really impressive, but from a historical point of view, it's a place you don't want to miss.
It's already been listed as a world heritage site and please do not smoke or play with fire while you are near this temple.

5.02 weeks ago

Beautiful and nice place.

5.02 months ago

The oldest shrine in Japan! Nice and quiet!

5.08 months ago

Really lovely temple set in a small forest. All you hear is nature. Hardly any tourists here too, so you can enjoy this place in peace.

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