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The Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine is one of the most important and oldest shrines of Japan. It is dedicated to love, so many young girls travel there to pray for a good relationship or marriage or for finding a boyfriend. In 2013 it is god's...More
Since this year is this god's 60-year relocation year, there were so many people there. The house of this god is maintained every 60 year. Maybe we can be the timing of 60-year relocation one time in our lifetime. The shrine is one of the...More
Izumotaisha shrine was a really enjoyable place to visit and there's enough to see including the immediate surrounding area to take up at least half a day. The shrine itself is impressive, a collection of beautiful wooden structures with huge twisting ropes where people come...More
If you visit Shimane Prefecture, spend a day in Izumo and visit the Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine. The shrine is surrounded by hills and forest, enhancing the shrine's natural and traditional beauty. The shrine has many different buildings, giving the eyes plenty to look at...More
If you happen to be passing Izumo, then is Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine definitely worth to visit. A really beautiful shrine complex, which is surrounded by nature. The shrine it self is devided in several buildings and you can really enjoy walking around the complex...More
The main attraction of Izumo; it is said that the Shinto god of relationships and matchmaking resides in this shrine! Walking towards the shrine from the train station you are greeted by a by a large torii gate. Although part of the shrine is undergoing...More
The Izumo Taisha Grand Shrine is a beautiful place to enjoy and experience the more traditional side of Japan. It is a must see if you are anywhere near Izumo. The Shrine grounds are very expansive and one can spend hours walking around and enjoying...More
An essential spot to visit if you're interested in Shintoism or in Izumo anyway, though it's funner if you're single and can take part in the matchmaking gimicks. Fans of Japanese architecture will also appreciate Japan's largest shimenawa rope and the Taisha-tsukuri building style. The...More
We visited during a busy weekend but you still felt you had space. Arriving by train turn right, not left as we did, and walk up the slight incline to the entrance to the shrine. Before you leave the station you will probably see a...More
Izumo Taisha is likely Shimane's most famous attraction. The shrine, built in sometime in the Heian period and reconstructed in the 18th century, is famous for young couples and single women, who pray for God to fulfill their wishes (of marriage). But I went there...More
i spent 1.5hrs to walk around Izumo-tasha, then took 30mins for shopping in a town. a local train connected between izumo taisha sta to Matsue city and it took 1.5hrs. but trains operated only once every hour, so you should... More
i spent 1.5hrs to walk around Izumo-tasha, then took 30mins for shopping in a town. a local train connected between izumo taisha sta to Matsue city and it took 1.5hrs. but trains operated only once every hour, so you should check train time table when you arrive in Izumo taisha town. To Adachi museum, shuttle bus are operated very 30mins from JR Yasugi sta. but it take 1hr from Matsue sta to Yasugi sta. i think it would be a bit busy plan...