fyqj1234The most authentic place in Japan is the inner palace of Ise Jingu shrine, and with the fire of cartoons, the popularity here is also increasing, the inner palace gives the biggest impression is very simple, the area is also very large, there are many ancient trees in the shrine, very grand. Having been here before, but still feeling the charm of the shrine when you come again. After crossing the bridge and passing through a long section of Shinto, you can see the Isuzu Gawa river, where various coins of different countries are present. The status of this river as the shrine is very high. The main hall of the inner palace is moved in 20 years, the hall is lined up to visit a lot of people, but the whole scale is relatively simple. In addition to the main hall there is also the hall of God and God compiled hall, inside can be lively, basically is the continuous prayer activities. There is also the horse of god, before the white horse, but the horse of god to retirement age, now the horse is empty. In fact, the most beautiful building in Ise Shrine is the building and the ancient trees here. The hippies of the buildings are really very thick. It is not often seen in other places. The ancient trees are very stout. It is also very strong. It is worth visiting.
E35***77park is free entrance! and it is massive! I am into jr Nara which I had read was not near to the park however when you get off the train there are signs to the bus stop outside. the bus is a loop system with fixed price. there are 1300 deer in the park- photo opportunities everywhere. well worth a visit and easy by public transport.
TracyTOne of the stops in this year’s tour in Japan included Ise Bay. To be honest, I’ve never heard of this place before. We took a cruise to go to one of the attractions. The sea view is very beautiful and the air is quite fresh. The main reason is here. There are few tourists who are not noisy and only the sound of the sea breeze can enjoy the sea view in peace
逸香卿苑凄迷Matsusaka Merchant Hall is about seven or eight minutes’ walk from the Matsusaka Castle Ruins. I found it by following Niu Yin's signs along the way. This hall was originally the prefecture of Ozu Kiyasaemon, one of the leading merchants in the Edo period. At present, it is a paid museum where you can buy tickets for admission. The road in front of the gate was once the "Sangu Road" for travelers who visited Ise.
fyqj1234The couple's Iwakaku is a famous natural attraction in Japan, located in the sea of Ise Shima, and the reputation is no less than the nearby shrine. Not to look at the two stones in the sea, but it is a bit characteristic, the myth of the core of ISE, plus this is just a deep beach out of the gorge, the water will flow here will be very rough, when the shore will be a shock wave smacking the shore. This way, two stones can stand in the sea, there is a feeling of help each other in the wind and waves, so it will be called the couple's rock. For this reason, the couple's rocks are built in the place of a two-faced Xingyu shrine, the big stone also has a small bird house, quite interesting.