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Ise red stamp

Ise is famous for Ise Jingu, so I think it has a strong image of a shrine, but there are also many historical temples that are unique to a historic town.Introducing a special feature of shrines and temples where you can get a red stamp in Ise city.

What is a red stamp?

A red stamp is a stamp of a shrine or temple, and you can write the date, the name of the principal image of the temple, the company name, the temple name, etc.At the shrine, it was originally a proof of worship, and at the temple, it was originally a proof of copying sutras.Recently, in most cases, you can get a red stamp without paying the sutras.

How to get a red stamp

① First of all, I will visit you.
② I'm going to get a red stamp.Red stamps are often available at company offices and temple offices.
③ Open the place you want to write in the red stamp book and hand it over.
④ We will pay the red stamp fee. Most of them are around 300-500 yen.
⑤ I will return with gratitude and gratitude.
* The person who writes the red stamp is not always resident, so if you do not receive it, please consider it as a plus that you will come again.

About purchasing a red stamp book

Red stamp books are often sold at large shrines and temples.
Others In Ise City, there are several stores that can be purchased at Oharamachi / Thanks Yokocho, and they are also sold at Jingu Kaikan.

Main shrines and temples where you can get a red stamp in Ise city

Recommended routes by area

① Area around the outer shrine

(XNUMX) Tsukiyominomiya (XNUMX) Ise Jingu / Geku (Tsukiyominomiya) (XNUMX) Toyokawa Akane Inari Shrine
Toyokawa Akane Inari Shrine is adjacent to the east side of the outer shrine of Ise Jingu.Tsukiyominomiya is about a 5-minute walk north from the exit called Kitamimon of the outer shrine.

② Area around Mt. Kurata

④ Himemiya ⑫ Matsuo Kannonji
From Iseshi Station, take the 51 bus and get off at the "Chokokanmae" bus stop for about 10 minutes.You can see the master's gate across the Miyuki Road from Yahimegu.If you go up the slope on the right side, you will find Matsuo Kannonji at the end of the red bridge.It is about 10 minutes on foot.

③ Area around Naiku

⑤ Tsukiyomi Shrine ⑥ Sarutahiko Shrine ⑦ Sarume Shrine ⑧ Ise Jingu / Naiku (Kotai Jingu)
Sarutahiko Shrine is located on the opposite side of Oharaimachi Street from Ise Jingu / Naiku.Sarume Shrine is a shrine in the precincts of Sarutahiko Shrine, so you can have it together.About a 10-minute walk from Sarutahiko Shrine, you will arrive at Tsukiyomi-no-miya in Naiku Bekkyu.

④ Futami area

⑨ Futamiokitama Shrine ⑩ Ryugusha ⑬ Taikoji Temple
If you go further back from the Futamiokitama Shrine office where you can get the red stamp of Futamiokitama Shrine, you will find Ryugusha as a precinct.You can get the red stamp of Ryugusha there.Pass through Meoto Yokocho and exit from the Sea Paradise side. If you cross the intersection of "E" and proceed through the village, there is a road to Taiko Temple.It is about a 10-minute walk from Ryugusha.

Introducing each shrine and temple

① Tsukiyominomiya (Tsukiyominomiya)

At the annex of Ise Jingu and Geku, the deity is the same as Tsukiyomi-no-miya, and is Tsukiyomi-no-Mikoto.

Address1-3-19 Miyajiri, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-24-1111 (Jingu Shrine)

(XNUMX) Ise Jingu / Geku (Toyokei Daijingu) (Ise Jingu / Geku)

One of the two Imperial Palaces of Ise Jingu.The deity is Toyouke no Omikami, the god of food and industry.

Address279 Toyokawa-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-24-1111 (Jingu Shrine)
WEB sitehttps://www.isejingu.or.jp/

③ Toyokawa Akane Inari Shrine

It is Inari who is nicknamed Akone.

Address274 Toyokawa-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture 
ContactTEL: 0596-28-5510

④ Yamatohime-no-miya

At the annex of the Ise Jingu Naiku, the deity is Yamatohime-no-Mikoto.

Address5 Kusube-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-24-1111 (Jingu Shrine)

⑤ Tsukiyomi-no-miya

At the annex of the Ise Jingu Naiku, the deity is the same as Tsukiyomi-no-miya, and is Tsukiyomi-no-Mikoto.

Address742-1 Nakamura-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-24-1111 (Jingu Shrine)

⑥ Sarutahiko Shrine

The god of Michihiraki, Sarutahiko Okami, is the deity of the festival.

Address2-1-10 Ujiurata, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-22-2554
WEB sitehttps://www.sarutahikojinja.or.jp/

⑦ Sarume Shrine

Ame-no-Uzume no Mikoto, the god of performing arts improvement and marriage, is a deity.

Address2-1-10 Ujiurata, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-22-2554
WEB sitehttps://www.sarutahikojinja.or.jp/sarume/

⑧ Ise Jingu / Naiku (Kotai Jingu) (Ise Jingu / Naku)

One of the two Imperial Palaces of Ise Jingu.The deity is Amaterasu Omikami, the ancestral god.

Address1, Ujidatecho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-24-1111 (Jingu Shrine)
WEB sitehttps://www.isejingu.or.jp/

⑨ Futamiokitama Shrine

It is a shrine that is famous for Meotoiwa and performs Misogi before visiting the Jingu.The deity is Sarutahiko Okami.

Address575 E, Futamicho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-43-2020
WEB sitehttps://futamiokitamajinja.or.jp/

⑩ Ryugusha

There is a Shinto ritual called Gojuse, which learned from the lessons of the tsunami, and Watatsumi Okami is the deity.

Address575 E, Futamicho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-43-2020 (Futamiokitama Shrine)
WEB sitehttps://futamiokitamajinja.or.jp/

⑪ Segidera

It is a temple of the Shingon sect that is famous for Saito Ogoma on July 7th, which is familiar to the locals as "sesame seeds".

Address2-10-80 Okamoto, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-28-5372

⑫ Matsuo Kannonji

It is the oldest warding off Kannon in Japan, which was opened by Gyoki in the Nara period.The legend of the dragon god is also famous.

Address156-6 Matsuoyama, Kusube-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-22-2722
WEB sitehttp://matsuokannonji.com/

⑬ Taikoji Temple

It is a temple of the venerable Shingon sect founded by Gyoki.

Address1659 E, Futamicho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-43-2283
WEB sitehttps://taikouji.com/

⑭ Kongo Shoji

It is a temple related to Kobo Daishi on the summit of Mt. Asamadake, which protects the demon gate (an unlucky direction) of Ise Jingu.

Address548 Asamacho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
ContactTEL: 0596-22-1710
WEB sitehttps://www.iseshimaskyline.com/kongoushouji/

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