Kashima Shrine

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Kashima Shrine
Kashima Shrine (Photo: Nesnad / CC BY-SA 4.0)

The Kashima Shrine is the oldest Shinto shrine in the Kanto region. This shrine is located in Ibaraki Prefecture and is said to have been built in 600 BC, the same year that Emperor Jimmu ascended the throne.



2306-1 Kyuchu, Kashima, Ibaraki 314-0031 (Map) (Directions)



General Amenities

  • Information Counter
  • Paid parking
  • Free parking


  • Multi-purpose toilet

Payment Method

  • Pay by cash
  • Credit cards accepted


A 10-minute walk from Kashima-Jingu station. 2-hour bus ride from Tokyo Station Yaesu exit to Kashima Shrine via Keisei Bus.

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