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This shrine has long since been called “Yuki Mound”, or “Yuki Myoji”. Besides the 300 weeping cherry trees in the shrine gardens, there are also 10 different types of plum blossom tree planted here. These plum blossoms begin to bloom from as early as late January, when various popular festivals such as the “Weeping Plum Blossoms Festival” and the “Plum Blossom Festival” take place.
2341, Fujikata, Tsu City, Mie Prefecture, 514-0815
[Admission Fee for the Plum Garden] ・Adult: 500 JPY ・Child: 200 JPY *Charges only apply during the plum blossom viewing period
9:00 am - 4:00 pm *Open until 5:00 pm during the Plum Blossom Festival *Changes to opening times occur during the beginning and end of the year
Jan., Feb., Mar.
Approx. 14-minutes from JR Tsu Station by bus towards "Yonezu". Approx. 3-minute walk from "Yuki Jinja-mae"
Approx. 15-minutes from Tsu Interchange
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