Kashima Jingu, Kashima

Surrounded by an ancient cedar forest, Kashima Jingu, is dedicated to a local patron deity of martial arts. In the 16th century, one of Japan's major sword masters frequently visited this site, eventually establishing a martial arts school named after this shrine . As you take a peaceful stroll through the complex, look for reflecting ponds and stone lanterns, just two examples of the temple's notable outdoor features. Plan my day in Kashima using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • An earthquake tsunami in the Edo period killed 30,000 people, and a picture of the catfish that caused the tsunami was enshrined. A large amount of spring water flows in the back. Mysterious
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  • I live in Tokyo, but I have been to Ise Grand Shrine many times, but I haven't been to Kashima Shrine yet, so I was surprised to find out the other day. There are 90 round trips a day from Tokyo Station Express Bus Terminal. What's this overcrowded diamond? The site is more compact than Ise Grand Shrine. You can go around in a small hour.
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