Time required: XNUMX day to XNUMX night XNUMX days
Ise Futami Toba Line | Approximately 5 minutes
About 45 minutes by CAN bus from Iseshi Station
About 15 minutes from JR Futaminoura Station
First, go to Futamiokitama Shrine.In the olden days, Misogi was bathed in Shiomizu, but nowadays it is made Misogi by visiting Futamiokitama Shrine.You can also use solid salt.
Futamiokitama Shrine [Futamiokitama Jinja]
About 45 minutes by CAN bus
Train + walk: about 15 minutes on foot + about 8 minutes on JR + 5 minutes on foot
Car: Approximately 20 minutes
The deity is Toyoukebime, the god of food and industry.After visiting Goshogu, visit Tagamiya, Domiya, and Kazenomiya in the Bekkyu.As for the route to Ise Jingu and Naiku (Ise Grand Shrine), be sure to experience the same route as the worshipers of the Edo period on the old town road.You can also rent a bicycle at the Iseshi Station Baggage Storage and Geku-mae Tourist Information Center.
About 10 minutes by car + 15 minutes on foot from the parking lot
Walk: about 1 hour
Bicycle about 20 minutes
The deity is Amaterasu Omikami, who is considered to be the general deity of the people.After visiting Goshogu, visit the Aramatsuri Shrine and Kazahi Prayer Palace in the Bekkyu.After visiting, please drop in at Okage Yokocho, Oharaimachi, where you can enjoy shopping and dining.The route to Kongoshoji is the Ise Shima Skyline.Those who are confident in their feet can climb the mountain for about XNUMX hours.
Isuzu River Mitarashi [Isuzu River Mitarashi]
About 5 minutes
It is a temple that protects the demon gate of Ise Jingu.After visiting the main hall, head to Okunoin.On both sides of the road leading to Okunoin, stupas with a height of 2 to 8 meters are erected.At the end, take a rest in the footbath on the observatory of the skyline.
About 15 minutes by car to Naiku
Approximately 15 minutes by bus (operates only on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)