Yu Ise Cage Shrine next to Umatsu Park, about 2,500 years old, is said to be the origin of Ise Jingu Shrine, so it is called Yuan Ise. The shrine is decorated with colorful traditional ornaments that look like a pear-shaped gemstone along the railing of the main entrance of the shrine. In Japan, only two shrines have been allowed to use these Shinto decorative patterns, that is, Ise Jingu Shrine and Yuan Yi Shi Cang Shrine.
After entering the door, you can see a huge unique thatch that can clean the suffocation of the first half of the year for the worshippers, give the worshippers a blessing to overcome the summer epidemic, and pray for no disease in the second half.
Posted: 14 Dec, 2018