The Shimogamo Shrine, formally known as the Kamo-mioya-jinja, is dedicated to the goddess Tamayori-hime and her father, Kamo Taketsunomi

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Shimogamo Shrine, Kyoto

The Shimogamo Shrine, formally known as the Kamo-mioya-jinja, is dedicated to the goddess Tamayori-hime and her father, Kamo Taketsunomi.

The Shimogamo Shrine, formally known as the Kamo-mioya-jinja, is dedicated to the goddess Tamayori-hime and her father, Kamo Taketsunomi. The 6th century Shinto shrine is part of the Kamo Shrine along with the Kamigamo Shrine, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Hours

Sun

6:30

18:00

Mon

6:30

18:00

Tue

6:30

18:00

Wed

6:30

18:00

Thu

6:30

18:00

Fri

6:30

18:00

Sat

6:30

18:00

About Shimogamo Shrine

 59 Izumigawa-cho, 〒606-0807 市 左京区下鴨泉川町, Kyoto, Japan

 +81 75-781-0010

 www.shimogamo-jinja.or.jp

Shimogamo Shrine and Nearby Sights on Map

Kamo Shrine

Tadasu no Mori

Tadasu-no-mori is a verdant, tranquil forest surrounding the Shimogamo Shrine

Kamigamo Shrine

The Kamigamo Shrine on the banks of the Kamo river was established in 678 and is dedicated to Kamo Wake-ikazuchi, the kami of thunder

Entsu-ji

The 17th century Entsu-ji Temple is known for its Shakkei gardens that focus on Mount Hiei, which is framed by the trees here

Kyoto Botanical Garden

Japan's first botanical garden, the Kyoto Prefectural Botanical Garden on the banks of the Kamo river is a popular place for plum blossom viewing in February - early March and hanami in April

Kita-ku

Daisen-in

Daitokuji Temple

The Daitokuji is a large Zen Buddhist temple complex with 24 smaller sub-temples, of which 8 are open to the public

Imamiya Shrine

The Imamiya Shrine was built in 994 to appease gods and ward off the disease that was plaguing Heian-kyo (Kyoto)

Seimei Shrine