Last updated: February 18, 2020
Shiizaki Inari Shrine
Shiizaki Inari Shrine is famous for its azaleas that bloom every year mid-late April.
The spot is also popular because the view of Amanohashidate seen from the top resembles the famous painting “Amanohashidate-zu” (National Treasure) made by the famous artist, Sesshu. This is why this location is also referred to as “Sesshu-kan”, or “the Sesshu View”.
|Spot Name||Shiizaki Inari Shrine|
|Address||京都府宮津市獅子崎 [ Map ]|
|Opening Hours||Open all hours|
|Regular Holiday||No holidays|
Amanohashidate Tourism Association
＜Shiizaki Inari Shrine＞Access Information
|Access||An 8 minute bus ride from Miyazu train station (get off at Shiizaki Bus Stop)
Or 10 minutes by car from Miyazu Amanohashidate IC