The origin of this shrine is said to be in 1087. A man named Yamashita Kyushichi, who was very religious, visited the Ise Shrine, received the spirit of the deity, and built a temporary shrine building on this site and dedicated it to the deity. The current worship hall was built in September 1831, and the main hall was built in February 1888. After the Great Kanto Earthquake, the number of residents of the shrine increased and the shrine was rebuilt in 1926. The Edo-period hall of worship and the Meiji-period main hall were rebuilt to retain the traditional appearance of the shrine.
360 years in business About Matsuzakaya Honten, a Hakone Ashinoyu Onsen Founded in 1662 and depicted in Hiroshige Utagawa's ukiyoe woodblock prints, Matsuzakaya Honten has been a long-established onsen inn since the Edo period. The inn has been visited by many...