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Kiyomori Camphor

  • Geku area
  • Temple/Shrine

Kusunoki stands opposite the Tesuisha on the Omotesando of Ise Jingu and Geku.It is called Kiyomori Camphor because there is a tradition that when Taira no Kiyomori came to Japan as a messenger, he cut a branch that touched the crown.Taira no Kiyomori has visited Jingu three times as a messenger.It is said that the tree is close to 1000 years old, and although it seems that there are two trees, it is actually said to be a large tree.

Worshiping time

January-April   5:00-18:00
May-August   5:00-19:00
September   5:00-18:00
October-December   5:00-17:00

279 Toyokawa-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture
0596-24-1111 (Jingu Shrine)
Closing days
About 5 minutes on foot from Kintetsu / JR Iseshi Station, XNUMX minutes on foot from Kintetsu Ujiyamada Station.
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