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Saijo Inari Shrine

712 Takamatsuinari, Okayama 701-1331, Okayama Prefecture
+81 86-287-3700
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Fascinating Religious Fusion

Saijo Inari is one of the three main shrines in Japan dedicated to Inari, the god of crops and... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
Lara N
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Takamatsu, Japan
beautiful Buddhist temple

It is worth taking time to visit this shrine. There is parking [charged] and a reasonable walk... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2016
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  • Excellent18%
  • Very good53%
  • Average21%
  • Poor7%
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15 Apr 2017
“Fascinating Religious Fusion”
6 Apr 2016
“beautiful Buddhist temple”
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712 Takamatsuinari, Okayama 701-1331, Okayama Prefecture
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+81 86-287-3700
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Reviewed 15 April 2017

Saijo Inari is one of the three main shrines in Japan dedicated to Inari, the god of crops and rice. However, it is also a Buddhist temple, and the juxtaposition is extremely fascinating for those interested in how religion was adapted in Japan. The modern...More

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Reviewed 6 April 2016

It is worth taking time to visit this shrine. There is parking [charged] and a reasonable walk through a shop lined alley to reach the shrine. Over the past 7 years, the shops have gradually closed down which is a shame but you can still...More

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Reviewed 19 October 2014

After disappointments with the castle and gardens, we opted to travel out of town to visit this shrine. It was a beautiful day with rich harvests in process and the temple and temple grounds were extremely interesting. A real slice of real Japan. highly recommended...More

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Reviewed 22 August 2012

there is a gigantic "torii". shirine it self is just okay but there is a long market street on the way to shrine and its very "japanese".

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Reviewed 20 January 2012

HUGE place, revered by locals, lots of places to explore in the compound.

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Reviewed 17 March 2017
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