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This is pretty shrine with a couple of nice ponds. It's not very big and because Hiratsuka was bombed during WW2, it doesn't have the historical significance of shrines in some of Japan's older cities. And especially if you've been to Kyoto or the Meiji...More
Not very large, not small either.
About a 10 minutes walk from the station of Hiratsuka.
This Shrine actually has 3 shrines in the area. One main one plus 2 small ones.
Good combination of trees, ponds and religious Shinto structures.
Good ambience and fresh...More
Hachiman Shrine is really the only thing in Hiratsuka to visit as a tourist. It is a 10min walk North of the train station and is easy to spot as it is surrounded by large evergreen trees. I believe this shrines dates to the post...More