Ootagoten Shrine ginkgo tree

Sightseeing information about Ootagoten Shrine ginkgo tree in Japan.

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Shizuoka prefecture designated cultural property on March 22nd 1966. Root circumference 6.15 m, height of eye 6.15 m, tree height 24 m, branch spread from east to west 18 m, north and south 17 m, age 300 - 450 years. The roots and trunk with drooping lacteal organ shape is prized, and there is a legend that woman that don't have enough milk pray and will have milk appear.

By car: Tomei Gotemba IC – National Route 246 toward Kanagawa and turn right at Suganuma intersection for about 15 minutes
Bus: 5 minute walk from "Saikoji" bus stop

Airport/Sta.Ashigara St. (about 2.1km) Google Transit


3.02 years ago

It's a very quiet and calming place.
Susuki on the way is also worth seeing.

3.02 years ago

643 Okoda, Oyama-cho, Pingtung-gun, Shizuoka Prefecture 410-1317, Japan
There is a big ginkgo tree beside the shrine and you can see Mt. Fuji over the rice field.

3.05 years ago

It is a shrine that stands at the presumed place of Shimoko Castle, which was ruled by Mr. Gohojo's family

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