Atsuta Shrine

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Atsuta Shrine panorama (저작권: Atsuta Jingu Shrine – z tanuki / CC BY 3.0)

Atsuta Jingu (Atsuta Shrine), also known as Atsuta Sama (Venerable Atsuta) or Miya (the Sanctuary), has been one of the most significant centers of worship in Japan since ancient times. Visitors to the shrine, including those who conventionally visit the New Year practice count up to nine million annually.



1-1-1 Jingu, Atsuta-ku Nagoya, Aichi (길 안내)

개장 시간

24시간 영업 영업중


월요일 24시간 영업
화요일 24시간 영업
수요일 24시간 영업
목요일 24시간 영업
금요일 24시간 영업
토요일 24시간 영업
일요일 24시간 영업
Holidays 24시간 영업

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  • 수유실
  • 기념품샵
  • 화장실
  • 무료주차
  • 유료 주차


  • Restaurant


  • 다목적 화장실

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3-minute walk from Meitetsu Railways Jingumae Station; 8-minute walk from JR Atsuta Station; a short walk from Meijo Line subway, Jingu Nishi station; Easily accessed by car, the shrine offers free parking on the East side entrance, near the Meitetsu station.

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