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Unique as devoted to two deities

The god of prosperity and music, Ebisu, libes here and so does the deity of harvest. The heading of... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2018
Unagi12
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Torino, Italia
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Winter trip in Hiroshima

Authentic Japanese style shrine with interesting Japanese wooden architecture work. Ambience... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2017
Cho Cho S
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Aug 21, 2018
“Unique as devoted to two deities”
Jan 1, 2017
“Winter trip in Hiroshima”
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608 Mihonosekicho Mihonoseki, Matsue 690-1501, Shimane Prefecture
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Reviewed 18 February 2013

I visited during the Morotabune festival (Dec. 3), an ancient custom with ties to the Kojiki (Shinto book of mythology). Fans of Ebisu, a mirthful god of fishing with distinctly Japanese origins, should make sure not to miss this shrine, as it is the head...More

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Reviewed 21 August 2018 via mobile

The god of prosperity and music, Ebisu, libes here and so does the deity of harvest. The heading of the shrine shows an original symbol with a tubular and a sword shape for each god. Twice a day, 8.30am and 3.30 pm, miko or shrine...More

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Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

Authentic Japanese style shrine with interesting Japanese wooden architecture work. Ambience similar sacred. Very good Japnese snacks around the shrine. And very nice peer view too.

Thank Cho Cho S
Reviewed 22 May 2015

The Miho shrine was far from the JR station and should cost 750 Yen. Fortunately I had a 3 days ticket. As it was far, I think, there was a few visitors. The shrine was not really exceptional to travel far away.

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Reviewed 16 May 2015

One of the quietest shrines you'll ever visit. Read more about my visit at http://hotfootrini.blogspot.jp/2015/05/mihonoseki-soul-of-traditional-japan.html

1  Thank Suzanne B
Reviewed 19 April 2013

I've visited the village of Mihonoseki (which is part of the Matsue municipality) a number of times, and on each occasion have visited the Miho Shrine (美保神社) as well. The main shrine building is a large impressive structure, with a captivating backdrop of forested mountainside....More

1  Thank B-inMatsue
Reviewed 18 February 2013

I visited during the Morotabune festival (Dec. 3), an ancient custom with ties to the Kojiki (Shinto book of mythology). Fans of Ebisu, a mirthful god of fishing with distinctly Japanese origins, should make sure not to miss this shrine, as it is the head...More

2  Thank Brittany P
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