Ise Jingu Shrine is a shrine located in Ise City, Mie Prefecture, Japan, and is the apex of the Japanese shrine. It is also the oldest part of history and has experienced more than two thousand years of baptism. The shrine is mainly composed of the inner palace and the outer palace, and the inner palace is dedicated to the god of the sky. As the most sacred and ancient Shinto place in Shinto. Visiting the inner palace is generally in accordance with the order of Uji Bridge Yushou Washing, Sacrifice to God, Inner Palace Kagura Hall, Zhenggong Palace, and Kagura Hall. It should be noted that, contrary to the outer palace, the visit to the inner palace depends on the right. Even the frog sons in the travel frog came here to take pictures and punched.
Ise Jingu Palace, almost outside the palace or the inner palace, almost all hidden in a primitive forest. Even if our arrival is in this cold winter day, But the clear springs and trees completely ignore the silence of this season, and they are still green. The Isuzu River in the shallow waters of the river flows into the river from the outside of the shrine, standing on the bank of the river, and it is clear and clear, and the sound of the sound of the water is like a sonata in the early spring. All the impetuous fading gradually faded away, leaving only the soft voice to echo in the heart.
Ise Jingu Shrine is the spiritual pillar of the Japanese. No foreigners can enter since construction, and it is not open to foreigners until 1957. Unlike other Japanese shrines, the shrine security is the police of the Japanese Self-Defense Force, which in itself illustrates the significance of this shrine. The
Ise Shrine preserves the gossip mirror that symbolizes one of the three imperial artifacts of Japan, and thus the importance of the Ise Shrine. Ise Shrine will be relocated to Ise in 20 years. The "Year of the Year" is also an important commemorative event with a history of more than 1,300 years.
The reason for moving the palace is not recorded in the ancient books. It is generally believed that it is to maintain the cleanliness and solemnity of the temple, and to inherit the traditional craftsmanship of the gods and the traditional craftsmanship of the royal costumes.
Ise Jingu Shrine
Address: Ise Shrine / Hh / Ise City, Mie Prefecture, Japan: The outer palace is about 10 minutes walk from JR or Kintetsu "Ise City" station, and within The palace can be reached by bus from JR or Kintetsu "Ise Station" in about 10-15 minutes.
Tickets: no tickets required
At the entrance of Ise Jingu Shrine, you can see a sink called Hand Water House. All Japanese people are here to cleanse (washing their mouths) before they pay homage to show respect for the gods. There are many rules for visiting Ise Jingu Shrine, but you can experience the various connotations of Japanese Shintoism from various complicated rituals, and really let the mind be purified in such a process. Visiting the outer palace here generally depends on the left side. From the fire-fighting bridge, visit the worship in this order: the hand-water house the bird house the main palace the Taga Palace the earth palace the wind palace the year-old palace memorial senguu hall. The shrine is also very particular. Before the shrine, first squat twice at 90 degrees. After the hands clasped together, the right palm slightly slaps the palm twice, closes his eyes and prays, and finally squats again. In addition to the blessing of the Great God, it is also possible to make a wish. Like many other shrines and temples in Japan, it is also sold here. The contents of the blessing include: transshipment, health, traffic safety, marriage, security... Prices range from 500-1000 yen. If you wish, just write your wishes here and give them to the staff.
Transportation: Outer Palace: About 5 minutes walk from JR Ise City Station, Nakamiya: Kintetsu Isuzukawa Station Bus ride about 6 minutes
Clean body process:
1. Right hand Hold the ladle with water and let the left hand
2. Change to the left hand and wash the right hand
3. Change back to the right hand to the left hand
4. Put the water into the mouth for the mouthwash (be careful not to use the mouth directly) Contact the long handle spoon), then damp the water and wet the left hand
5. Hold the spoon vertically, let the remaining water in the spoon flow down and clean the long handle and put it back in place