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Oyama Shrine (Minehonsha)
Oyama Shrine is dedicated to the worship of the mountain god, Tateyama, and is composed of three shrines: "Minehonsha," the main shrine, "Kiganden," and "Maetateshadan." "Minehonsha" is about 3,003 meters above sea level, atop the rocky head of Mt. Oyama, the main peak of Mt. Tate (Tateyama). Visitors will be able to witness a large, 360-degree panoramic view. The area gets crowded during the summer, when many climbers come to visit.
Oyamasancho, Ashikuraji, Tateyama-machi, Nakaniikawa, Toyama, 930-1406
¥500 (Mountain hall of worship is open only from July 1-September)
8:30-17:00 (Mountain hall of worship is open only from July 1-September)
Worship unavailable from December to mid-April as Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is closed
Jul., Aug., Sep.
2 hours by train from Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route-Murodo Station
40 minutes by car from Tateyama Interchange (cars are not allowed inside Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route; use Tateyama Station parking lot)
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