- Ujigami Shrine
The inner shrine here is Japan's oldest remaining specimen of Shinto architecture.
This shrine stands on the opposite shore of the Uji River across from Byodo-in Temple's Phoenix Hall. The main temple was built in the 11th or 12th century and is thought to be Japan's oldest remaining example of Shinto architecture.
|ADDRESS||59 Ujiyamada, Uji-shi|
|ACCESS||10 min. walk from Uji Station on Keihan Uji Line|
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