Motonosumi Inari Shrine

山口県/長門市
元乃隅稲成神社

Description
A shrine built in 1955, it is home to the Gods known as Ukanomitama no KamiIzanami no Mikoto and is worshipped and revered by those in the local regions. The nearby cliff area that faces the Japan sea has waves crashing against it, which are known as the spouting water of the dragon haven, which relates to a Japanese traditional fairy tale legend. There is a row of 123 Torii gates facing the lake which spans over 100 meters, which is a sight to behold.


Address
759-4100
山口県 長門市 山口県長門市油谷津黄498
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Nearby Drive Spots
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千畳敷
Senjojiki
This is a large grassland area in Yamaguchi prefecture, Nagato City. The area spans 26400 square meters and is situated at an altitude of 333 meters. The Japan sea can be viewed at the norther side, with views towards the surrounding islands, and is popular as an area to relax and refresh with the sun and breeze. There are several windmills built here due to the area often having strong winds.
Onsen
長門湯本温泉
Nagato Yumoto Onsen
An Onsen in Nagato city, it boasts 600 years of history, and was the most popular Onsen in some circles during the Edo era(1603-1868). The onsen is situated along the Otozure River, where one can also discover large ryokan (traditional Japanese lodgings), communal baths, foot baths and a park.
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角島大橋
Tsunoshima Bridge
This is a 1780 meter long bridge in Yamaguchi prefecture, Shimonoseki City, which stretches across to an island. It has been often used as a filming location for movies and adverts due to its ideal location, and attracts many visitors due to its stunning views. It is recommended to see the southern and front observation decks for the best views.
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秋吉台
Akiyoshidai
It is Japan's largest limestone plateau in the central part of Yamaguchi Prefecture. Coral reefs formed at the top of the under sea volcano eruption about 350 million years ago, which forms the base of the plateau. There are more than 400 limestone caves such as Akiyoshi Cave, Taisho Cave, Kagekiyo Cave, Nakao Cave amongst others, and its popularity is growing.
History
保寧山 瑠璃光寺
Rurikoji Temple
This is a Soto sect temple built by Sue Hirofusa in 1471. The object of worship at this temple is known as Yakushi Nyorai, and was built to display the internal culture of Ouchi clan. It is a famous tourist location representing Yamaguchi. The temple's park area, known as Kozan Park has a 5 storied pagoda at its heart, classified as a national treasure, and is famous for its cherry and plum blossom views when in season. The pagoda tower also has illumination displays in the evening, allowing visitors to enjoy the area in all seasons.
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皿倉山
Mount Sarakura
This is a 622 meter high mountain situated in Norther Kyushu. The view of Kyushu below from the top of the mountain is known as the "10 billion dollar view". There are endless destination for visitors, including the rock climbing practice area, Kunimi rocks, the stunning cedar trees known as "Empress cedar" as well as camping facilities.
History
南蔵院
Nanzoin Temple
This is a Shingon sect main head temple built in 1899, as a temple from Mount Koya. Nanzoin temple had provided Burmese and Nepalese children with medical aid, milk and stationery over the years, and as a return gift, the Myanmar national buddhist institution gifted various buddhist relics, known as Sarira. In 1995, a 41 meter reclining buddha statue was built to enshrine these buddhist relics. Other areas to look out for which are relics of its history are the buddha footprint, 500 arhats and the Seven Deities of Good Fortune tunnels.