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Kuno-zan Tosho-gu Shrine (via Nihondaira)
Kunouzan Toshogu Nihondaira kara  

A shrine worshiping Tokugawa Ieyasu, who unified Japan during the Warring States period, and established the peaceful Edo era that continued for 265 years, is located at the summit of Mt. Kunozan about 200 meters above sea level. Also with the grave of Tokugawa Ieyasu, the shrine is a national treasure.

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Shrine (tomb of Tokugawa Ieyasu)
Address #422-8011  390, Negoya, Suruga-ku
Facsimile number 054-237-9456
Home page http://www.toshogu.or.jp/english/index.html
Fee Adult: 500yen
Child: 200yen
Fee (discounts) Check here for details <a href=http://www.toshogu.or.jp/english/index.html target=_blank>http://www.toshogu.or.jp/english/</a>
Hours open Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Weekday Holiday 8:30 - 17:00(Deadline16:00)
Regular holiday No holiday
Estimated time required 90 minutes
Full bloom stage Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Free Wi-fi Yes
Credit card Not accepted
Parking Standard-sized car: 50 cars
Large vehicle: 10 cars
Transportation About 50 minutes by the
About 40 minutes by car from Tomei Expressway
Disabled Due to its location, worshipping is impossible unless you can walk the stairs.
Foreign languages (Display and/or papers) English, Chinese
English and Chinese voice guide service available (fee)
Only in Japanese Yes

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