Kibitsuhiko Shrine is located near Kibitsu Shrine and is much smaller. The traffic to the shrine is easy to reach. After the train station comes out, go straight, that is, the train schedule is not very dense, remember to watch the time first. After exiting the train station, there is a boulevard that is very flavorful, and then you arrive at the Kibi Tsuhiko Shrine full of Japanese style.
I was lucky to get on the lovely Momotaro train and arrived at Momotaro Shrine. Kibitsu Shrine is also known as Momotaro Shrine. Its architecture is very famous and is a national treasure of Japan. The two shrines are very close and you can visit them together.
If you have enough time, you can leave a day for Kibitsuhiko Shrine and Kibitsu Shrine, a peaceful and peaceful place.
The shrines in Japan are quite similar, but it's a bit greasy to see more. Kibitsuhiko Shrine is relatively small, and it is close to Kibitsu Shrine, so I left together. The names of the two shrines are only one word apart, and they are also close to each other. After going to Kibitsu Shrine, I walked past them on foot. Compared to the suburbs, the surrounding environment is good. Although the weather is cold, the air is good, and it is very comfortable to walk around. Momotaro was also worshipped, and there was also the theme of the Year of the Rooster during the New Year. This shrine is very quiet with few tourists, and it is quite comfortable to walk around.
There are not many classes in the shrine, and we only saw it by mistake. Just like other places, they are all wooden structures, like temples. The freshness inside is very extreme.
Kibitsu Shrine is away from Okayama, about half an hour by JR train. The train carriage is a cute cartoon image. Kibitsu Shrine itself is not a particularly popular attraction. When I went there hardly saw anyone, an empty shrine, a little grungy. But because of this, it is particularly convenient to take photos. I like this place with few people, and I spent a long time here.
There are some trains to Kibizu Shrine, which are full of cute cartoons. You can wait for such carriages to take pictures. Kibitsu Shrine is not a particularly popular attraction. There are few tourists and few locals. When I went there, I saw fewer than ten tourists. There are some very old promenades inside. The entire shrine is antique.