Visiting shrines

Omiya Shrine

The central shrine of Goi, which is said to be the founding of the prayer that was conquered by Japan Takeru. There is also a record that Minamoto no Yoritomo visited in XNUMX and prayed for a prayer.There are big festivals in spring and autumn, and especially during the autumn big festival from November XNUMXst to XNUMXrd, the floats of the three neighborhoods of Minamigoi and the festival music competitions are held grandly. From late April to early May, wisteria flowers, which are said to be over XNUMX years old, bloom beautifully.

Address

1597 Goi, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture

Phone Number

0436-21-1979

Parking Lot

Yes

Directions

About XNUMX minutes on foot from Goi Station on the JR Uchibo Line

Shimaana Shrine

An old shrine that is also mentioned in the "Engi-shiki".It is said that Takeru Nihon was enshrined in Soichi during the Tosei.It enshrines the god of wind calming and is gaining faith as a god of disaster extinguishing.

Address

1129 Shimano, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture

Phone Number

0436-21-2522

Directions

About XNUMX minutes by taxi from Goi Station on the JR Uchibo Line

Anesaki Shrine

One of the five companies in Kazusa that gathers local beliefs as the god of marriage.There is also a tale that Minamoto no Yoritomo prayed for Nagahisa Budo on his way to Kamakura.There is no pine tree in the precincts, and the parishioner does not set up a kadomatsu on New Year's Day, and there is a rare custom of avoiding pine trees from the whole life.It is said that the goddess of the god of worship kept waiting for her husband (younger brother in one theory), the god of worship at Shimaana Shrine, and said, "Pine is hard."Near the second torii gate, near the stone wall where the god of water is enshrined, there is a spring that never withers in any sunshine, and many people come to fetch this water.

Address

2270 Anesaki, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture

Phone Number

0436-61-5040

Parking Lot

Yes

Directions

About a XNUMX-minute walk from Anegasaki Station on the JR Uchibo Line

隲 ィ ェ

A shrine that reports on the branch of Suwa Taisha.Since the sumo wrestling was dedicated at the time of its foundation, a sumo tournament was held at the annual autumn festival, which has continued for more than XNUMX years.Currently, a children's sumo wrestling is held on the last Sunday of September, and the precincts are crowded with supporters.

Address

310 Harada, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture

Phone Number

0436-92-1539

Parking Lot

Yes

Directions

About XNUMX minutes by taxi from Kominato Railway Kazusa-Ushiku Station

Takataki Shrine

An old shrine that has made a name for itself in "Japan's Third Generation Memoir" (collected in XNUMX).The shrine is a designated cultural property of the city, and the rich broad-leaved forest in the precincts is a designated natural monument of the prefecture.It is also one of the XNUMX best attractions in Boso.A god of marriage and easy delivery, he gathers faith in the area at the "Bride Festival" and "Omamori for easy delivery".

Address

1 Takataki, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture

Phone Number

0436-98-0472

Parking Lot

Yes

Directions

About XNUMX minutes on foot from Kominato Railway Takataki Station

Ishizuka Shiratori Shrine

At an altitude of XNUMXm, it is located on the summit of Mt. Daifuku, the highest in Ichihara City.The legend of Yamato Takeru remains and is enshrined.The company's forest, which is designated as a natural monument in Chiba Prefecture and is one of the XNUMX best Chiba heritage sites, is an ancient natural forest with XNUMX-year-old Sugi trees.The fresh greenery and autumn leaves are beautiful, and the view from the observatory is one of the XNUMX views of Chiba.

Address

Ishizuka, Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture

Phone Number

0436-23-9853 (Ichihara City Hometown Culture Division)

Directions

About XNUMX minutes on foot from Kominato Railway Yorokeikoku Station