Nukisaki-jinja Shrine
Nukisaki-jinja Shrine
Nukisaki-jinja Shrine
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Nukisaki-jinja Shrine

貫前神社

Last updated: December 21, 2020

In dedication to the deity of silk

Nukisaki-jinja is one of the region's most important shrines. It is particularly dear to the Tomioka community because it enshrines Hime Okami, the deity of silk farming and weaving, historically two of the city's key industries.

The shrine's history dates back over 1,400 years, and the currently standing main shrine dates to 1635. The pair of large bronze lanterns at the entrance were made in 1866 with the support of over 1,500 local donors in the silk industry.


Basic Information

Address

1535 Ichinomiya, Tomioka (Map)

Access

About 15 minutes on foot from Joshu-Ichinomiya Station

About 20 minutes by car from Tomioka IC of Joshin-Etsu Expressway

Parking

Free, 50 cars

Admission

Free

Tel

0274-62-2009

Website

http://nukisaki.or.jp/

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