Uzuka-mikoto Shrine

Uzuka-mikoto Shrine

    • Culture & History
    • Ama Town
A local shrine located in the middle of rice fields.
Uzuka-mikoto Shrine is a prestigious shrine recorded in the oldest shrine list in Japan and is a shrine of the highest grade.
Throughout summer and autumn, the rice fields and the two torii gates create a picturesque scene.
The goshuin stamp (a red seal stamp) of Uzuka-miko Shrine is only available at Oki Shrine.

    Basic information

    Address
    747 Uzuka, Ama-cho, Oki-gun,Shimane, 684-0401
    Access
    From Hishiura Port:
    30 min by bicycle
    15 min by car
    20 min by bus (take Toyoda Line and alight at "Uzuka Sansaro" bus stop) and 6 min on foot
    • The logo image of Oki Islands Geopark.
    • The logo image of UNESCO Global Geopark.

    This sightseeing spot is one of the sites of the Oki Islands UNESCO Global Geopark.

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