Enryaku era 21 (802), during the eruption of Mt. Fuji, established funeral hall in Subashiri, carried out the Chinka-sai Festival, the eruption settled at the same year on April Hatsuzaru day.
It is reported that the establishment of the shrine was due to worshiping the god at the site of the festival in Daidō era 2 (807).
Since then collecting people's veneration, at 2007 the Gochinza 1200th memorial anniversary festival was carried out, and as a commemorative event a museum showcasing treasures and documents of Edo-period Shinto sect dedicated to the worship of Mt. Fuji were established to the shrine office.
At 2013, it was registered as a cultural site of world heritage as one of the assets of Mount Fuji, the mountain of faith.
Airport/Sta.Gotemba St. (about 9.4km) Google Transit
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4.0a year ago
A beautiful, calm and very peaceful shrine to visit and explore. Near Mt Fuji, it is a large complex but not so busy and very enjoyable. I highly recommend that if you’re near the famous Mt Fuji, that you visit.
4.02 years ago
Tranquil surroundings, fresh air and cool Mount Fuji spring water available for you to freshen up or drink before you journey on. From the carpark and on a clear day, one can get a majestic view of Mount Fuji
4.02 years ago
This is one massive shrine. It is ideal if you are visiting the Kawaguchi lake area. Some of the tree shrines and here are very old holding history about Fuji and the relationship between Fujis spiritual side. There's a nice Inn right across the road which has s prayer area hundreds of years old
5.02 months ago
5.04 years ago
Amazing place. Calm surrounding. Feel the positive energy. Very nice and beautiful scenery. View Mt Fuji from the entrance. Love this place.