Iwashimizu-Hachimangu Shrine

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One of the three main Hachiman-gu Shrines, dedicated in 860 to a god for the protection of the nation. After its main shrine was restored by Oda Nobunaga and its cloister rebuilt by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Tokugawa Iemitsu built additional ten shrine buildings in 1634, all that make it up, a national treasure.

Basic information


Postal code:614-8588
30 Yawata-takabo, Yawata City


Number of regular vehicles: 30 parking spaces(Charges: ¥500)

Number of large vehicles: 8 parking spaces(Charges: ¥1,000)

The parking areas mentioned above are at the foot of the mountain. Special new year rates or seasonal rates may apply.
There are 60 free parking slots at the parking area on the mountain top.

Time held/open

Reception counter: 8:30 until closing
Kito Prayer Rituals: 9:00–16:00
April to September 5:30–18:30
October 6:00–18:00
November to March 6:30–18:00

Regular holidays/closings

Open every day


Adults: Free

Children: Free


Train : Keihan Line / Yawatashi Station / Walking and cable car / 20 min walk

Car : Kumiyama-Yodo / 20 min

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Access to Kyoto by the Sea

Access to Kyoto in the Forests

Access to Kyoto Infused with Tea

Access to Kyoto Otokuni Bamboo Grove

Equipment and service in facilities

Toilet facilities available|Eating & Drinking|Pets allowed

Contact information


Iwashimizu-Hachimangu Shrine


Iwashimizu-Hachimangu Shrine


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