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Kibitsuhiko Shrine, Okayama

#3 of 60 in Historic Sites in Okayama
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Kibitsuhiko Shrine (Japanese: 吉備津彦神社, romanized: Kibitsuhiko-jinja), is a Japanese Shinto shrine in Okayama, Okayama in the Chūgoku region of the island of Honshu.
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  • When I went there in the morning, the weather is cold. It has nice scene to capture photos. We can also check small pond in front of this temple. If you are interested, you can insert 100 coin at the....  more »
  • It was pretty quiet when I went. About 15 minutes on the local train from Okayama. Will only need at more an hour there. Just because of the tranquility, and the scenic mountains around it, well...  more »
  • It’s an awesome and beautiful shrine during the summer! Plenty to see.
  • They have many events and weekly markets held here. In April and May, there are many carps of flags over the parking lot due to Children's day on May 5th. The access from the nearest train station is not so bad, and recently it is getting so popular for international travelers to visit here and Kibitsu shrine, which is similar name but different Shinto shrine located a few kilometers away. If you rent a bicycle, you can visit both shrines easily and enjoyably.

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