The origin of Ise shrine where is the most famous shrine in Japan


I could know the origin of Ise shrine in Omi Hachiman Shiga next to Kyoto.

Every Japanese wants to go to ISE shrine while you are alive.

But I found this shrine is the origin of Ise shrine. there is the highest-ranking god here in Japan that god is called AmenominakannushinoKami.

So You will get super big power here you’ve never had got.

The highest-ranking god is in AmenominakannushinoKami shrine and the Second god is in Taga shrine in Shiga next to Kyoto then the third god is in Ise shrine in Mie prefecture which is the most famous shrine in Japan.

So after I stopped by here, I went to Taga shrine, It took 1 hour from menominakannushinoKami shrine to Taga shrine by car.

I will introduce the Taga shrine in the next blog.



I passed through the gate, and there is an approach to a shrine ( long way ) that is called Sando in Japanese,



then you can see steps, a black horse and a big forest.

Why horse is a lot of shrines? Because God rides a horse and it is said God made the ranch first in Japan around 2000 years ago.




You have to wash your hands before you pray in the shrine here.

First of all, wash your left hand.

Second, right hand

Third, put water on your left hand and wash in your mouth.

Finally, wash your left hand again.


This is the main construction of  this shrine.


You pray something here.

First of all, ring the bell.

Second, 2 bow

Third, clap your hands 2 times and pray something.

Finally, 1 bow.





Why don’t you wear Yukata, Samue, and Jinbei and come here?




Samue is loose fitting and it’s comfortable for every body shape. 



Jinbei is loose fitting and it’s comfortable for every body shape







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