Hakusan Chukyo-jinja Shrine


It is said that Izanagi and Izanami Mikoto were enshrined during the reign of Emperor Keiko. After that, monk Taicho restored the shrine and expanded the shrine area. Giant cedar trees were planted in the shrine, creating a majestic atmosphere. The sculpture in the main shrine was made during Edo era and is designated as an important cultural property of Gifu.

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501-5231 Shirotori-cho, Gujo-shiItoshiro 3-48
Shirotori Interchange40 minutes
Parking lots
Ordinary cars 20 lots
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Facility service


Not support

For those with small children

  • Nursing room
  • Diaper changing table
  • kids space

Barrier-free service

  • Wheelchair-accessible toilets
  • Ramp/elevator installed
  • omoiyari parking lot

For those with pets

  • Pets allowed
  • Space for pets available
  • Can be accompanied by a carry-on bag

Services for International Visitors

  • Foreign language menus
    English / Simplified Chinese / Chinese / Korean
  • Foreign language customer service
    ( English /Chinese / Cantonese /Korean )
  • Ingredient details in foreign language
    ( English /Simplified Chinese / Chinese /Korean )

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    ( VISA / MASTER / JCB / AMEX / Diners / Union Pay )
  • Electronic payment

Two sculptures “Awa-ni-Uzura (Ears of millet & quails)” and “Ryu-to-Wakishoji (Dragons on the side-screens)” in front of the main hall were designated as Important Cultural Properties. Cedar trees and virgin beech forest were Natural Monuments of Gifu-ken.

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