Minatogawa Shrine is a shrine dedicated to Masaaki Kusagi, a famous tragic hero at the end of the Kamakura period in Japan. The shrine is named after Minatogawa, where Masaei Nangi died in the battle, and is also the location of the shrine. In the shrine, there are the tomb of Masasai Nanmu and Masanori martyrdom grounds. In addition, there is the inscription "Tomb of the loyal minister Nanko" in Mito Huangmentokugawa Guanggu, as well as praise from Ming dynasty Zhu Shun. There is Nan Gong Festival from May 24-26 every year, which is very lively.
Minatogawa Shrine (Minatogawa Jinja) A shrine in Chuo Ward, Hyogo, Japan.
In hindsight, one should walk directly from Guandi Temple to Minatogawa Shrine, which would be a little closer. Otherwise, it would be tiring to walk a long way from the subway station Minatogawa Park. Minatogawa Shrine, like Ikuta Shrine, uses unicorns as guardian beasts. The difference is that the wood color is used here, while Ikuta Shrine is bright red. JT entered through the side entrance and then exited through the front entrance. After I got out, I found out that Kobe Station on the Kobe Express Line was nearby. Since today's PASS includes the Kobe High Speed Line, you can use it to go to Nagata Station to see the Iron Man!
Near Kobe Station, it is very lively during the New Year, there are usually no people, there are places to drink beer in summer