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Uji Bridge

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Uji Bridge is the entrance to the Naiku over the Isuzu River.It is said to be a bridge that connects the everyday world and the sacred world.It is a pure Japanese-style warped bridge with a total length of about 101.8m and a width of 8.4m, with 16 giboshi placed on the parapet.The floorboards and balustrades are made of cypress, but the piers are made of water-resistant zelkova.Ujibashi was originally rebuilt according to damage and damage, but from the 1889th annual relocation in 22 (Meiji 56), it has been rebuilt once every 20 years according to the relocation. ..After that, when the relocation was postponed for four years due to the turmoil after World War II, it was rebuilt as planned due to the enthusiasm of worshipers nationwide to at least replace Uji Bridge alone, and since then, four years before the relocation. It is designed to be replaced with.For the torii gate inside the Uji Bridge, the ridge pillar of the old main hall of the inner shrine, which has been used for 20 years, is used, and for the torii gate outside, the ridge pillar of the old main hall of the outer shrine is used.Twenty years later, the inner torii became the "Seki no Oiwake" at the foot of the Suzuka Pass, and the outer torii became the torii of Kuwana's "Shichiri no Watari". increase.After that, it will be reused as a torii gate and materials at shrines all over Japan.For about two months centered on the winter solstice, the sunrise will be from between the torii gates on the Uji bridge, and the rising sun will rise from the front of the torii gate for several days before and after the winter solstice. It is crowded.

Worshiping time

1 to 4 Month5:00-18:00
October 5:00-18:00

1 Ujitachi-cho, Ise City, Mie Prefecture. XNUMX-XNUMX
0596-24-1111 (Jingu Shrine)
Closing days
About 20 minutes by bus from Kintetsu Ujiyamada Station and Kintetsu / JR Ise City Station, get off at "Naiku Mae", and about 6 minutes by bus from Kintetsu Isuzugawa Station, get off at "Naiku Mae". * Please note that there are few buses from Isuzugawa Station!
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