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During a recent family trip through Chiba we stopped off at this shrine to share with our children a little about Japanese culture. This shrine was inviting to us and my children loved seeing the locals come to pray.
As shrines go it is quite nice and tranquil. I especially enjoyed the original shrine sitting beside the new shrine. As well as the two stories one replicating the other. Very uncrowded as we went mid week during the day.
This shrine has more to see than the average shrine, but is less exciting that the super famous shines found just an hour west in Tokyo. If you're in Chiba city, you won't find much to do. With such limited options, you should check out...More
I went to this shrine with my friends from Inage Station to Chiba Station. We took a walk for about 10 minutes from Chiba Station and just followed the map until we arrived there. This is our first time went to shrine in Japan so...More
I live in Chiba City so I really know this shrine. It's mostly popular during the New Year holidays where hundreds of people go and make their New Year wishes. It has too much 'new concrete' kind of feeling and lacks the usual atmosphere expected...More
I went to the Chiba Shrine for 'a prayer for the family safety'. There were some women wearing like kimonos in Chiba Shrine, and I bought a 'Omamori' and Omikuji. My Omikuji was 'Kichi' (good luck), It was so happy that I donated Yen here...More