This shrine is one of Japan's three largest Inari Shrines (Sandai Inari) together with Fushimi Inari Shrine and Kasama Inari Shrine. The bright vermilion color of the monument is very impressive, and major monuments such as the shrine, the worship hall, the tower gate, etc. are lacquered. Cherry blossoms and Taiwan cherry blossoms in the outer garden are the spring traditions.
|Access||Car: Approx. 35 minutes from Takeo-Kitagata IC of Kyushu Expressway
JR: 8 minutes drive from Hizen-Hama Station, approx. 35 minutes on foot.
|Parking Availability||Free Parking Available 2,500 cars|
|Cell Phone Battery Charging||Not Available|
|Wi-fi Availability||Not Available|
|Tobacco||Designated Smoking Area Available|
|Foreign Language Support||Enjoyable even if you cannot understand Japanese
Signboards written in foreign languages (English, Chinese (Traditional/Simplified), Korean)
|Notes||Admission fee for Yutoku Museum (100 yen - 300 yen)|
|MAPCODE||461 568 367*16|