Kamikura Shrine (神倉神社, Kamikura Jinja) is related to the Hayatama Taisha Shrine and can be found on top of a hill of 538 stone steps, some as steep as 45 degrees. Facing east makes the shrine a good place for watching the sunrise. Every year on February 6 the Oto matsuri, a fire festival, is held where they run from the top to the bottom of the hill in the dark.
Tourists visiting Shingu can enjoy a multitude of delicious food options, from organic Japanese to tasty Italian, in a variety of..
Tensui offers delicious and reasonable meals in a lovely 'wa-modern' environment in the city of Shingu, Wakayama Prefecture,..
Kumano Hayatama Taisha is a Shinto shrine in Shingu, Wakayama. It is located at the mouth of the Kumano-gawa River, where the water flows from the heights..
For over 1,000 years, Japanese people from all walks of life, including retired emperors and aristocrats, have made the arduous pilgrimage of Wakaya..
Shingu is a culinary city with various mythological heritages containing registered shrines by UNESCO