The Atsuta Shrine, in the core of the city of Nagoya, is the most significant Shinto shrine in Japan, and attracts more than 5,000,000 guests every year. Built up in the main century, this strict site is well known for its protected Imperial badge, the "grass-cutting sword" (kusanagi-no-tsurugi), one of just three in the nation. Additionally of premium are their chief temples, Hongu, surrounded by an enclosing wall, and the treasury with its various works of art, including old and present day works of art, earthenware production, gems, and customary veils.
Address: 1 Chome-1-1 Jingu, Atsuta Ward, Nagoya, Aichi 456-8585, Japan
Visiting Hours: 24 Hours
Entry Fees: 300 Yen
Phone: 81 52-671-4151