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Munakata Taisha Okitsugū Yōhai-jo~Other facts

Article writtenFebruary 5th, 2020
A memorandum of facts about shrines visited. Munakata Taisha is the head shrine of more than 6000 Munakata shrines and Itsukushima shrines around Japan located in Munakata city, Fukuoka prefecture. Okitsugū Yōhai-jo is a place to worship the Okitsugū located on the island of Okinoshima, 60km away from mainland, from distance. Where to see at Munakata Taisha Okitsugū Yōhai-jo.
Please check official information before visiting. Information here may be out of date.
Please check official information before visiting. Information here may be out of date.

A world heritage site

“Sacred Island of Okinoshima and Associated Sites in the Munakata Region” is the 21st site in Japan inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The point that the unique cult of worshipping a sacred island has continued for more than 1600 years, from the 4th century, was assessed valuable and was inscribed in 2017.

Munakata Taisha Okitsugū Yōhai-jo is a part of the world heritage sites along with Okinoshima.

A world heritage site
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