"Heian Shrine - Largest Torii Gate in Japan" Heian Shrine Tip by chatterley

Heian Shrine, Kyoto: 33 reviews and 78 photos

  Heian Shrine Torii Gate
by chatterley
 
 

Heian Shrine is a Shinto Shrine, built in the year 1895.

This shrine has the largest torii gate in Japan, which arches over a busy road. The torii gate was constructed in 1920, and is 24.2 m tall, with a top rail 33.9 m long. We saw lots of people taking photos of this gate before and after they enter the shrine.

Address: Nishi Ten-o-cho, Okazaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8341
Directions: From JR Kyoto Station: take City Bus 5 to Kyoto Kaikan Bijitusu-kan Mae.
othercontact: Fax: 075-761-0225
Phone: 075-761-0221

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  • Written Aug 9, 2009
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