List of Shinto shrines in Japan

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This is a list of well known Shinto shrines in Japan. Please be aware that there are tens of thousands of shrines in Japan. in Shrines with structures that are National Treasures of Japan are covered by the List of National Treasures of Japan (shrines). For Shinto shrines in other countries, scroll down to the See also section.

Shinto shrines from specific sects or new churches are not included in this list.

Hokkaidō and Tōhoku[edit]

Hokkaidō[edit]

Aomori[edit]

Iwate[edit]

Miyagi[edit]

Akita[edit]

Yamagata[edit]

Fukushima[edit]

Kantō[edit]

Tochigi[edit]

Ibaraki[edit]

Gunma[edit]

Saitama[edit]

Chiba[edit]

Tokyo[edit]

Kanagawa[edit]

Shin'etsu and Hokuriku[edit]

Niigata[edit]

Toyama[edit]

Ishikawa[edit]

Fukui[edit]

Tōkai[edit]

Yamanashi[edit]

Nagano[edit]

Gifu[edit]

Shizuoka[edit]

Aichi[edit]

Kinki[edit]

Mie[edit]

Shiga[edit]

Kyoto[edit]

Osaka[edit]

Hyōgo[edit]

Nara[edit]

Wakayama[edit]

Chūgoku[edit]

Tottori[edit]

Shimane[edit]

Okayama[edit]

Hiroshima[edit]

Yamaguchi[edit]

Shikoku[edit]

Tokushima[edit]

Kagawa[edit]

Ehime[edit]

Kōchi[edit]

Kyūshū and Okinawa[edit]

Fukuoka[edit]

Saga[edit]

Nagasaki[edit]

Kumamoto[edit]

Ōita[edit]

Miyazaki[edit]

Kagoshima[edit]

Okinawa[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kotodamaya.com, "Amatsu Jinja"; retrieved 2012-10-24.
  2. ^ Kotodamaya.com, "Kota Jinja"; retrieved 2012-10-24.
  3. ^ "Nationwide List of Ichinomiya," p. 2 Archived 2013-05-17 at the Wayback Machine; retrieved 2012-3-13.
  4. ^ Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO), "Yahiko-jinja Shrine"; retrieved 2012-10-24.

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