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Minatogawa Shrine
 

Treasures of Kusunoki Masashige, a worrier who was enshrined in this shrine, are exhibited including important cultural properties such as his hand-copied Buddhist sutras and his bellyband, some calligraphies and swords.

Minatogawa Shrine

●Tel/078-371-0001

●3-1-1 Hidenobe, Chuo-ku, Kobe-City, 650-0015
●Hours/9:30 - 16:30
●Holidays/Thursdays
●Admission/Adults¥300, High School and College students ¥200, Elementary and Middle School students ¥100
◆Access/Located in the immediate vicinity of Kobe Kosoku Railway Kosoku Kobe Station; 3-minute walk from JR Kobe Station or Municipal Subway Okurayama Station.

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