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Iga Hachiman Shrine

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Iga Hachiman Shrine (伊賀八幡宮) is one of the lotus spots in Okagazaki. It was established in 1470 by Matsudaira Chikatada. This shrine is the lord god for Matsudaira clan and Tokugawa Shogun. When Tokugawa Ieyasu became Shogun and govern Japan in 1611, he built the main hall here that still exists today. There are many traditional buildings in this shrine. Because it is the shrine of Tokugawa Shogunate, many people still respect today. During the July, there are many beautiful lotus flowers bloom.

Tourist Info.
There are parking and parking.

Access
0. at Okazaki Station.
1. use Aichi Kanjo Line to Kita Okazaki Station.
2. walk east


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Iga Hachiman Shrine
Enshrines: Emperor Onin, Emperor Chuai, Empress Jingu and Tokugawa Ieyasu.

Iga Hachiman Shrine was established by Matsudaira Chikatada for the flourish of Matsudaira Clan and Tokugawa Clan.

-Zuishinmon Gate-
National Important Cultural Asset.

-Haiden, Worshipping Hall-
Constructed in 1636 by 3rd Shogun, Iemitsu.