Go'o Shrine (Naoshima Island)

Go'o Shrine is one of the best art sites to see in Naoshima, Kagawa, Japan. It's a real Shinto shrine built in Edo Period, and you can see the artistic architecture such as glass steps. Here's guide for map, how to get there, spots nearby, attractions and photos of Go'o Shrine posted by Japanese travelers in the know.[last modified: ]

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An Artistic Shinto Shrine With Glass Steps

Go'o Shrine has been here since Edo period, and accepted art works when the shrine was repaired. The steps to the shrine are made of glass. Arts added to a solemn shrine, you can enjoy the new style of shrine.
jasmine_cake06/08/2017
Visiting the shrine is free, but the underground demands admission fee. Access: go up the steps near an art 'Kadoya'.

Art In The Dark. A Shinto Shrine With A Fascinating Underground Space

Shrine and art have harmonized in Go'o Shrine. A narrow path extending to the underground of the shrine, and 'glass steps' connected with a main building. Then you'll find the nice seascape on your way back. It's an interesting shrine worth visiting.
jasmine_cake06/07/2017
Visiting the shrine is free, but the underground demands admission fee. Access: go up the steps near an art 'Kadoya'.

Infomation

ADDRESS

820 Naoshima-cho, kagawa-gun, kagawa

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HOW TO GET THERE

10 min walk from Honmura Port. Go up the steps near the art work 'Kadoya'.

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