Kashima-jingu Shrine

Kashima-jingu Shrine, said to be built in the year 660, is a shrine long loved by locals. Located in inland Ibaraki prefecture, the shrine resides deep in the woods. You can feel the depth of its history through its wooden build and traditional architectural designs. Visit the shrine to pay a visit to Takemikazuchi-no-Okami, the god of thunder!

Basic Information

Address
2306-1 Kyuchu, Kashima-shi, Ibaraki
Phone
0299-82-1209
Hours
Kashima-jingu Shrine:
・Open year-round

Homotsu-den (Treasure Exhibit)
・8:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.
Closed
Open year-round
Fee
Kashima-jingu Shrine:
・Free

Homotsu-den (Treasure Exhibit)
・General: ¥300
・Junior high school students and below: ¥100 (Free on Saturdays and Sundays)

Access

  • FromTokyo Station
    【Tokyo Sta.】— Highway Bus Kashima Express / for Kashima-jingu
    →【Kashima-jingu Sta.】about a 10-minute walk
  • FromMito Station
    【Mito Sta.】— Kashima Rinkai Railway Oarai Kashima Line / for Kashima-jingu
    →【Kashima-jingu Sta.】about a 10-minute walk
    

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