The architectural style here is somewhat similar to that of a pure wooden structure in Nara, Senjokaku is very ventilated and cool on all sides. Sitting under the corridor of Senjokaku, walking between the corridors of Itsukushima Shrine, imagine that we are being purified. Sit more
Inside the Toyokuni Shrine, together with the five-storied pagoda, you need a ticket of 100 yuan. You must take off your shoes to get in. The inside is big, the wooden floor is slippery, and the simple architectural style is a place to pay tribute to the dead.
This is really an amazing attraction, one of the must-visit places on Miyajima. According to history, it is said that it was built during the Hideyoshi era, but it has not been completed since it was suspended midway. The loft is located on the top of a small hill. After climbing a section of the mountain road, you can see this simple color Senjokaku, which is completely different from the Itsukushima Taisha below. Qiandi is a unit of area, but there is no concept of how big it is. After seeing it, it is really a super large platform with a very wide view. There is an extended platform on the side facing the sea. You can sit on it and look out. It is also officially because it is not completed. On the contrary, it seems very imposing, which can be regarded as a characteristic of the Azuchi era. The wooden pavilion is covered with various plaques, and they are basically all Chinese calligraphy, which is consistent with the Chinese aesthetic habits. In addition, there are many pictures with rich colors. But there are no things that belong to that era, and all that can be seen are added by later generations. It's always recommended. Together with the five-storied pagoda, it is a place worth visiting.
Wooden Momoyama-period shrine commissioned by samurai Toyotomi Hideyoshi, overlooking the sea.
It has a large area and is full of logs. It is a good place to relax and enjoy the cool air. Tickets are 100 yen. Next to it is the five-storied pagoda. Thousands of Houses. It is the largest building on the island and is used as a memorial hall for Toyonari Hideyoshi's soldiers who died. It is composed of 857 tatami mats, hence the name Qianho Pavilion. But Hideyoshi died before he finished making it, and now he still keeps the way he hadn't finished making it. Except for the upper part of the statue seat, no patio has been built, and there is no siding, and it has been preserved in the above-mentioned unfinished state. In the Edo period, it was loved as a place for communication and enjoying the coolness. Therefore, the name of the Kabuki performers at the time, Kabuki (17-character short poem), etc. are recorded on the large pillar. In the Meiji era, it was officially renamed Toyokuni Shrine to honor him and Kato Kiyomasa.