A Shinto Shrine with over 1900 Years of History

Reverently referred to by the people of Nagoya as "Atsuta-san" and home to the sword Kusanagi, one of Three Sacred Treasures of Japan, visitors have come to pray at Atsuta Shrine since long ago. The Camphor Laurel tree that sits inside the shrine is said to be over 1000 years old. You can also enjoy Nagoya's famous kishimen, similar to udon noodles, at a small shop next to a pond that is enveloped in a spirtual atmosphere.

Address 1-1-1 Jingu, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi, 456-0031

〒456-0031 愛知県名古屋市熱田区神宮1丁目1−1
Directions

MEITETSU

1. Take Meitetsu Nagoya Honsen at platform 4 at Nagoya station to Jingu-mae Station. (about 12m)
Walk (about 7m)

2. Take Higashiyama Line from Nagoya Station to Sakae Station.
Transfer to Meijo Line at Sakae Station to Denma-cho Station (about 22m)
Walk (about 11m)

3. Take Higashiyama Station from Nagoya Station to Sakae Station.
Transfer to Meijo Line at Sakae Station to Jingu-nishi Station (about 12m).
Walk (about 9m)

Business hours

Open 24 hours a day

Holidays

Open Year-Round

Contact

Tel: 052-671-4151

Wi-Fi

Yes

Credit card payment

Credit cards not accepted

Supported languages

Unavailable

Price

Free

Average visit length

1–2 hours

Websites Aichi Nowhttps://www.aichi-now.jp/en/spots/detail/10/Official Site https://www.atsutajingu.or.jp/en/intro/Nagoya Infohttp://www.nagoya-info.jp/en/see/facilities/atsuta_shrine_1.html

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