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Miyake Hachiman Shrine

Surround yourself with the nature of Rakuhoku at [Miyake Hachimangu Shrine] and enjoy the autumn foliage along the waterside

Known as the guardian deity of children, Miyake Hachimangu is an autumn foliage spot known only to those in the know. If you are greeted by a divine dove, a messenger of the gods, and take a stroll in the rich nature of Rakuhoku, you will be mesmerized by the autumn colors of the precincts. Among them, the recommended point for autumn leaves is the bank of a pond with a fountain. You can enjoy the moist atmosphere of bright red maple trees swaying in the cool breeze of the waterside.

Miyake Hachiman Shrine

Autumn leaves season information

  • Best time/usually late November to early December
    Visiting hours/Admission fee: Same as regular visit

Miyake Hachiman Shrine

  • Miyake Hachimangu
  • 22 Miyakecho, Kamitakano, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 3 minutes on foot from Eizan Electric Railway "Hachiman-mae Station"
    Immediately from the bus stop "Hachiman-mae"
  • Tel.075-781-5003
  • Parking available (500 yen per car)
  • https://www.miyake-hachiman.com/

  • [Normal visit]
    Prayer reception 9:00-15:00
    Shrine office reception 9:00-16:00
    Free to visit the precincts
*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.


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