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Takeda-jinja Shrine

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Area:Kofu/Shosen Gorge

Takeda-jinja Shrine was dedicated to Takeda Shingen, the famous leader of the Kai country, and is located on the place where three generations of Takeda, Nobutora, Shingen, and Katsuyori, actually lived. Many people enjoy strolling, not only in the premises surrounded by cherry trees in full blossom, but also around the shrine and along the cherry tree street from the Kofu Station to the shrine. Chozuya, Sando, Torii, Komainu, Ohori, and other various places offer a luxurious time for cherry-blossom viewing. In this place that carries a hint of its history, step into the treasure house where the sword donated by the Sanjo family, the home of the Singen’s wedded wife, at the time of construction of the shrine is on display along with various legacies donated by related parties of the Takeda family from all over Japan.
The best time to see the cherry blossoms is late March to early April.

Location

Zip-code

400-0014

Address

2611, Kofuchu-machi, Kofu City

Transportation

Nearest I.C.

Chuo Expressway, Kofu-Showa IC/Ichinomiya-Misaka IC

Nearest station

JR Chuo Main Line, Kofu Station

Nearest highway bus stop

Kofu Station

Nearest bus stop

Takedajinja

Transportation details

By car: 30 minutes from Kofu-Showa IC or Ichinomiya-Misaka IC, Chuo Expressway.
By bus: 8 minutes from Kofu Station, JR Chuo Main Line. Get off at the Takedajinja stop.

Parking

Bus

10buses

Car

154cars

Notes

9:00 to 16:00/Free Sekisuiji side: Parking lot 1 (For buses and cars), Parking lot 2 (For cars only)/Ooteguchi side from Omotesando (For cars only)

Facilities

Rest room 

Can be enjoyed in wet weather

Yes

Facilities List

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Contact

Name

Takeda-jinja Shrine

Telephone number

055-252-2609

Fax number

055-252-2600

URL

http://www.takedajinja.or.jp/( External link )

Time required

8 minutes by bus from Kofu Station. Get off at Takeda-jinja stop.

Opening Hours

Shrine Museum 9:00am-4:30pm

Closing Days

Open 365 days

Fee

Treasure house (Houmotsuden):
High school students and older: 300 yen Elementary and junior high school students: 150 yen
Admission fee is free in the shrine, except the Treasure house.

Views

View of Mt. Fuji  View of The Southern Alps 

Links

Universal Design

Assistance dogs allowed  Accessible slope  Parking for wheelchair visitors  Automatic door for major entrances 

This information is current as of December 13, 2016
The contents are subject to change without prior notification.
Please contact each facility, shop or tourist spot for further information.