Kashihara Shrine

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Kashihara Shrine
橿原神宮
Kashihara M6485.jpg
Outer prayer hall
Kashihara Shrine橿原神宮 is located in Japan
Kashihara Shrine橿原神宮
Kashihara Shrine
橿原神宮
Location within Japan
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Type Kanpeitaisha
Chokusaisha
Beppyo jinja
Dedicated to Emperor Jimmu
Founded April 2nd, 1890
Founder(s) Emperor Meiji
Reisai Kigensai (February 11th)
Address 934 Kume-cho, Kashihara-shi, Nara Prefecture, JAPAN
Coordinates 34°29′18″N 135°47′11″E / 34.48843°N 135.786453°E / 34.48843; 135.786453Coordinates: 34°29′18″N 135°47′11″E / 34.48843°N 135.786453°E / 34.48843; 135.786453
Website www.kashiharajingu.or.jp
Shinto torii icon vermillion.svg Glossary of Shinto
Inner prayer hall, with unusually placed chigi

The Kashihara Shrine (橿原神宮, Kashihara Jingū) is a Shinto shrine located in the city of Kashihara, Nara Prefecture, Japan. Kashihara Shrine was built on 2 April 1890 at the site of the Kashihara-gū where Japan's first emperor, Emperor Jimmu, is said to have acceded to the throne on 11 February 660 BCE.

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