This shrine was founded as the first prayer hall for the eastern part of Japan, enshrined Susanoonomikoto, by order of Emperor Seiwa In 869.
In 1084,Minamotonoyoshikuni who is the ancestor of Ashikaga City, decided it as a `Souchinju` (local Shinto deity), and since then it is a shrine that has been worshiped by castle owners and citizens.
`Yagumo Jinjya` is appeared in the lyrics of Chisato Moritaka "Watarasebashi" released in 1993.
The shrine was destroyed by fire in 2012, but was rebuilt in 2017, taking over the demolished shrine buildings that come along with Ise Jingu's Shikinen Sengu.
Basic Information・Access
1-3776, Midoricho, Ashikaga City, 326-0816


Web Site
總社 八雲神社 オリジナルページ

25 minutes by Walk from Tobu Isesaki Line Ashikagashi Station
30 minutes by Walk or 5 minutes by Car from JR Ryomo Line Ashikaga Station
15 minutes from Ashikaga I.C on the Kita-Kanto Expressway

Facility Information
9:00 am ~4:00 pm(everyday)

Car Park
Provided (20 cars)
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